NAS and networks are not recognized on the Windows 10 / 11 computer (network drive setup)?
Problems with NAS (network drive setup) and networks that are not displayed on the Windows 10 / 11 computer!
The reason is that after the update to Windows 10 version / build 1709 or to Windows 11 for access to the memory various NAS drives such as the popular FRITZ box, speed port Telekom, or other networks, as well as the SMB1 network protocol must be enable. This is no longer installed / activated by default. But that's not a big hassle on Windows 10 / 11 Home and Pro.
Making sure your Windows 10 has SMB support on your Windows 10 computer is no magic. Yes, not only on Linux, Appel's Mac OS or Android you can easily use SMB or NAS. The elegant way to enable SMB 1.0 / CIFS file sharing support is not just for Windows 10 desktop computers. As you can see at the top of the Windows 10 shot screenshot, it is quite easy to access NAS again. You can easily apply this simple and fast SMB solution to other Microsoft Windows System configurations, whether it's a Windows desktop, tablet, Surface Pro / Go, or even a server operating system.
3.) Further tips on possible problems with the network!
As you can see, problems with NAS (Network Attached Storage) which are usually very rare can have a small root cause. However, other problems can also arise that are not so easy to fix, here are other helpful tips that can help you with any network problems you may have. Which can also indirectly affect the NAS access.
Network service Windows client can not reach I have to make the network service for Synology specific setting for NAS, look for the reason why network storage is not listed in Windows Explorer?
Network service NFS on the Windows computer, check whether the NAS is listed in Windows Explorer under, the workgroup checked on NAS and client, may be missing to display the NAS in Windows Explorer?
I have activated new protocols SMB in the NAS, not recognizable on Windows 10, Apple's Mac and Linux is recognized NAS, the Microsoft network is activated. What else do I have to do on Windows in order to visibly activate NAS servers in order to access network storage from Windows 10?
Search tool that can visually integrate the NAS in Windows 10 in Explorer, have a new network memory on the computer on Windows 10 that also replaces hard disk, Now I cannot see the memory via Windows Explorer, seems to have disappeared, someone can show how can I make the media server visible?
Show in Windows Explorer, the connection to the NAS is established, mine The mini server for videos does not appear in Windows Explorer, why?