Build 14971 and NAS

I just installed build 14971 and it looks like we might be back to not having access to NAS drives like it was with earlier builds. Getting late here and I will work with in the next couple of days to see if Windows Credentials are the problem. I will have to dig out my local IP address to see if I can get it working.

In the interim has anyone got their NAS working without issues with build 14971?

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After the build install, it appears that my NAS drive is read-only and permissions won't change - "The program cannot open the required dialogue box because it cannot determine whether the computer named "Expansion" is joined to a domain. Close this message and try again".

Well - I'm running standalone and not joined to a domain.

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I have Windows 10 Pro build 14971 and my DLINK NAS works just fine. I can read and create files on the NAS as normal.

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Thanks - it's probably me messing up then. FWIW I use a TP-Link Archer VR900 with a USB 2 TB disk attached.

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Mine is a DNS-320L, two 1TB disks in RAID and no USB. Two folders, one is personal and the other is a share.

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