Goner wrote:Is your DS in the same IP-range (like 192.168.1.?) and the same Windows workgroup as the rest of your network ?
Did you install the Synology Assistant and does it find the DS on your LAN ?
Silq wrote:Goner wrote:Not sure how to put the NAS in the windows work group
Goner wrote:Silq wrote:Goner wrote:Not sure how to put the NAS in the windows work group
It's under Control Panel > Win/Mac/NFS > Windows File service.
Windows File service Should be enabled (your problem sounds like it isn't ?).
Then Workgroup can be entered.
(I set up my LAN when all PC's were running Windows 98 and XPm don't know if under Windows 7 the workgroup should be used or the home group (?).
Silq wrote:i.e. my router IP is 192.168.1.100 and the port is 5000 so it would be \\192.168.1.100:5000\ ?
San4x wrote:OK I solved my issue..! All good now.
See screenshot below, I discovered the "Client for Microsoft Networks" was not installed on my Windows 7 LAN Properties, so make sure to check this if you have similar problems.
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