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aasoror » August 13th, 2012, 7:03 pm wrote:If rebooting the router didn't fix that then go through shortcuts instead of network browsing and that should fix your issue.
superfly77 » August 13th, 2012, 8:18 pm wrote:Nothing shows up in the shortcuts.
aasoror » August 13th, 2012, 7:47 pm wrote:Press one of the coloured buttons (RED IIRC) and you should get a menu to fill the info for your shortcut, once you do that you should be able to connect without a problem.
superfly77 » August 13th, 2012, 9:27 pm wrote:I put in the IP of the computer I'm trying to access and User/Pass credentials but keep getting the Login Failed dialogue. Am I suppose to add something else?
And again, does anyone have any idea why this would happen? I've tried every possible thing short of throwing the box out the window due my frustration! I hardwired the line (expensive and time consuming) for this very purpose and now I'm stuck with these issues...
Do you have login credentials associated with the PC you are trying to access.
Well its related of how the network works, namely how frequent do the servers broadcast their info and how does the router spread such data.
Disappearing machines can be attributed to anything, routing glitch (that why I suggest rebooting the router), firewall or any other network related component update on the server PCs (things like MSN messenger update were known to cause issues in the past), I understand that you still have no issues with visibility among the rest of your network PC's but being an embedded linux device, these boxes might show anomalies with windows networking.
As I pointed going through shortcuts fixes this issue.
superfly77 » August 13th, 2012, 10:59 pm wrote:Any other thoughts? The desktop that I can't seem to connect to on the AIOS is my main server so if I can't access that, then I have no idea what to do.
mmm .. blank passwords is disabled for windows sharing by default, the easiest way is this ..
create a user (with a password) on your windows machine.
set sharing (not homegroups) to that specific user (and make sure simple file sharing is disabled).
From the AIOS use the same user/pass to login to the PC.
Make sure there is no special characters (or spaces) in the user/pass you create.
superfly77 » August 13th, 2012, 11:14 pm wrote:I think you mis-read my post. The computer without login credentials works. The computer with login credentials does not work.
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