nsa325 V2 references needed
I have a windows 10 PC with several drive letters allreay attached to specific shares on a NAS-volume. I made a new share on an internal volume. When I click that internal volume of the NAS in windows 10 file explorer it asks me for references. I had the same problem with another PC but that was because after last update, Windows 10 disabled the SMB1 protocol by default. After enabling it again I was able to connect to the internal volume. On the other PC this trick doesn't work.SMB1 protocol is enabled but still not working. I can access the external volumes but not the internal. Shares that are allready connected are visible. Is there some sort of extra security on the internal drives? I can access the NAS on the top-level and all the volumes are displayed.
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