FYI, the NAS lets you make a backup of your configuration that you can restore if something goes wrong. Does each drive need its own batch file? I’ve never created a batch file before. The only remaining thing I have left to try is the mentioned Batch file in this thread. Message 1 of 7 2, Views. You will probably need to create a batch file for each user that you have and place the the apropriate batch file in the startup folder of the appropriate user. I’ve never needed it, though
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You will probably need to create a batch file for each user that you have and place the the apropriate batch file in the startup folder of the appropriate user.
NAS MB/sec transfer speed from Vista? – Linksys Community
Then click open, then progrsams, and the startup. Thanks again to both of you guys for giving your time and advice.
Thanks for the suggestions, jpwilger. You are assuming that the problem is with the NAS Message 6 of 9 4, Views. Message 5 of 11 12, Views. Message 9 of 11 4, Views.
Really though, very nice NAS device, but something has be done about the visat speeds. These are the rules that I went by in setting up my home network and haven’t had any problems. It appears that they both are defaulting to the “guest” user account. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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Cannot map drive with VISTA!! Please help NAS – Linksys Community
The NAS will beep to let you know that you can let go, and the admin password will be reset to “admin”. Message 2 of 6 11, Views. Message 1 of 7 2, Views.
You will now have access to entire drive and can map from here. The “Connect as” is my name, Registered User. No such driver exists as far as I know and you don’t vidta it, so you can just cancel the installation and tell Windows not to bother you with it again.
Forgot password to NAS 200
I hope for future internal admin utility some kind of higher performance copy. Can anyone help, Ive tried turning off all firewalls the works, setup a static ip per tech support. I’vejust come across your forum and notice you like like a bunch of helpful guys and gals so thought I’d post nws200 question.
NEVER insert or remove hard disks while the power is on. I received my NAS today. I had set it up on XP home and pro. I know vista has its issues but it sems the linksys has its issues. Switching to “Guest” does not linskys either.
NEVER insert or remove hard disks while the power is on. I would suggest that you check this link: I believe that the default is “z: Seems that the entry point to the NAS is the one holding down, limksys is it a firmware-solvable issue?
NAS200: 3.55MB/sec transfer speed from Vista?
Well, I finally received the beta firmware and it resolved the login issue that I posted about which is nice. Also when Vista or Windows 7 detects the NAS on the network it will ask you to find a driver and install linmsys. As much as I wanted to keep it, I’ve returned it to the store. Installation of the NAS setup software was too easy.
Use the Shared Folder Mapping utility. I will do that.