How to Fix Windows 10 Cannot Access NAS File Server

How to Fix Windows 10 Cannot Access NAS File Server - When I first installed Windows 10. I felt very happy because my office finally used the most recent operating system from Windows, Windows 10.

How to Fix Windows 10 Cannot Access NAS File Server



When you first install Windows 10 to a computer that is in the office and do first boot. The appearance of Windows 10 makes me amazed.

In addition to Windows 10 has a very impressive display because it is much better than Windows 8 and has many new features that we Windows 7 users do not have.


Even though in my place Windows 7 is still the prima donna because it is very easy and simple to use.


But if you are bored with your Windows 7 display, you can try to install your computer with the latest operating system, Windows 10

But there was a little problem after I installed Windows 10 on my office computer.


The first time you want to access the file server on my NAS office. Computers that have Windows 10 installed cannot access the NAS server file.

Wow, it can be worse if you can't access the file server. The reason is simple because all work data is out there and if the user can't access, then how can the user complete their work on Windows 10.

But don't worry anymore. After newbie tries to overcome this problem. It turns out that there is a process in Windows 10 that we have to turn on manually so we can access NAS file servers.

How to Access NAS File Server on Windows 10

After finding out by a newbie, it turns out that there is a process that doesn't work on the Windows 10 operating system, the process is called SMB 1.0 / CIFS Client and SMB 1.0 / CIFS Server which is disabled by default by Windows 10.


but this process has been fixed after we update Windows 10 which will take a long time.


But to wait for an update, it must take a long time because the Windows 10 operating system itself has been running to accompany IT friends for so long.

For those of you who don't want to wait for the update process to take a long time, you can also activate this process by manual.


To activate this process you can just type Turn Windows Features On or Off as shown below

How to Fix Windows 10 Cannot Access NAS File Server

Then you can search for SMB 1.0 / CIFS file sharing support as shown below

How to Fix Windows 10 Cannot Access NAS File Server

If when you meet it is not checked. Then you activate the check in each service as shown above.


Next, you are enough to restart your computer and try to access the file sharing contained in your NAS server.


So first the article this time with the title How to Fix Windows 10 Cannot Access NAS File Server

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