Hawking HNAS1 problems connecting

Posted: 03-28-2008, 11:17 AM
I'm using XP, not Vista, but I think the issue will be the same (I
will repost this in an XP group if there is one).

But here's the problem:

The Hawking HNAS1 has a working drive in it. I can point a browser to
it and configure it (with some exceptions, I'll get to that). The
Hawking software sees it and says that all is fine.

But, I cannot map a drive to it. I've tried using the "net use"
command in a DOS window, and I've tried Mapping a Network Drive. The
don't work; it seems I must not have the shares configured properly on
the Hawking.

The manual says (for some reason) that I must add an "Advanced User".
So I go to the "User Configuration" page, but the "Add" button is
greyed out, so something wierd is going on there. I figure that's got
to be taken care of first.

The manual clearly states that it comes with three default accounts,
all with the same username and password (all,guest, power). I tried
the "net use" command from DOS:

net use s: \\I-Drive\share /user:all
Enter the password for 'all' to connect to 'I-Drive':
System error 5 has occurred
Access is denied.

Any ideas? (better group to use?)

Thanks.

Hawking HNAS1 problems connecting


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Jack \(MVP-Networking\).
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Re: Hawking HNAS1 problems connecting
Posted: 03-28-2008, 04:28 PM
Hi
Many entry level NAS' do not follow Windows Networking to the letter because
their OS is Not a Windows variant and this have problem with NTFS.
Best is to try Hawking support.
Otherwise, try to map through the Map a Drive menu rather than using the Net
Use command,
Jack (MVP-Networking).

"ScottReeve" <scott.reeve@verizon.net> wrote in message
news:78384276-310e-4100-b572-4703445e9cd9@d21g2000prf.googlegroups.com...
> I'm using XP, not Vista, but I think the issue will be the same (I
> will repost this in an XP group if there is one).
>
> But here's the problem:
>
> The Hawking HNAS1 has a working drive in it. I can point a browser to
> it and configure it (with some exceptions, I'll get to that). The
> Hawking software sees it and says that all is fine.
>
> But, I cannot map a drive to it. I've tried using the "net use"
> command in a DOS window, and I've tried Mapping a Network Drive. The
> don't work; it seems I must not have the shares configured properly on
> the Hawking.
>
> The manual says (for some reason) that I must add an "Advanced User".
> So I go to the "User Configuration" page, but the "Add" button is
> greyed out, so something wierd is going on there. I figure that's got
> to be taken care of first.
>
> The manual clearly states that it comes with three default accounts,
> all with the same username and password (all,guest, power). I tried
> the "net use" command from DOS:
>
> net use s: \\I-Drive\share /user:all
> Enter the password for 'all' to connect to 'I-Drive':
> System error 5 has occurred
> Access is denied.
>
> Any ideas? (better group to use?)
>
> Thanks.
>
 
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