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Lacie Network Space 2 - moved locations


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#1 customsbroker

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 03:54 PM

Hi Guys,

 

I need your help. The Lacie technical staff are usless and to be honest I trust you guys more than them.

 

I have a Lacie Network Space 2 at home that I recently brought to the office.

 

I should mention that we already have a Lacie Network Space 1 here that is mapped as my Z: drive.

 

I connected my NS2 to the network and my Lacie Network Assistant found my drive automatically.

 

when I click connect manually to map the drive here at the office nothing happens...

 

I click the existing office drive "connect manually" and it bring me to our files...

 

both drives are set to Automatic DHCP.

 

I dont understand... can someone please help me...

 

Thanks

Jay



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Posted 20 February 2013 - 04:42 PM

What OS are you using on the computer?  I am assuming it is a version of Windows since you mentioned mapping the one NAS to the Z: drive.

 

We can potentially try accessing it without the LaCie Network Assistant.  If you have SMB turned on, then in theory you should be able to access the drive and then map the drive just using Windows (at least I could with Windows 7 and a older LaCie NAS).






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