I hope this is posted in the right place.
Problem machine .. W10-64.
Working machines .... W7-64, W7-32
When accessing the router from ANY machine, this is what shows (it's in the Samba Share page). Permission columns are blank.:
This does not seem to effect the two W7 machines, but the W10 machine .. is a different story.
I can do just about anything with any machine with Windows Explorer. Access NAS folders, write to the NAS, delete, anything I want.
Each machine has EaseUS Todo Backup Home 10.6 installed. Even with that, I can back up to the NAS from either W7 machine, but not the W10 machine. I get an error:
Easus support tells me to be sure I have write permission ... and I would say I do because I can write to the NAS with W Explorer on any machine, and I can backup to the NAS from both W17 machines. Kinda tells me the NAS is writeable ... even though picture number 1 doesn't indicate ANY permissions(???) Easus says If I can't fix the problem with proper permissions, they will do a remote access to my W10 computer ... and I am not anxious to do that.
so, really, I can't figure out what is wrong with W10. It worked just fine, .. until I upgraded the NAS to a newer/bigger drive. The new drive is an 8TB NTFS drive. It is not only shown under NETWORK in W Explorer on ALL machines, but it is also MAPPED as drive M: if that helps.
I think I need to know how to check the W!0 permissions for the NAS ... but really don't know how. Since W7 works fine, need to see what kind of permissions W10 is allowing ... I guess. Also, the lack of permissions in the router (picture #1) seems odd too.
Any help is immensely appreciated in advance.