Solved WD Mycloud

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  1. Mark Vincett5

    Mark Vincett5 New Member

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    hi all can anyone help I cannot get WD mycloud to show up in explore I have try smb1 trick and changes to WiFi properties (internet protocol enable NetBIOS to enable netboiso over tcp/ip) but no luck
    any help :(
     
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    Try this:

    Use Cortana to search for "Windows features" and choose "Turn Windows features on or off". From there, tick both of the SMB options and reboot.
     
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    Yep try that with no luck but thanks for the help
     
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    Okay, try the "Services for NFS".
     
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    again thanks for trying to help I turned on Services for NFS but still not showing them Not showing.PNG

    I can map drive put do not want to do that all the time
     
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    hi I got this to work by dropping the mycloud settings back to smb1
    I am a home user how save is smb for me from a security point of view
     
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    Excellent! Marking “Solved”.
     

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