Tell us about your experience with our site. Finally worked after downloading Synology Assistant and using its map a drive function.
The web console has a control panel that allows me to add a new user to the NAS. This thread is locked.
Sorry this didn't help. Skip to main content. I am not a very experienced user but I have never had an issue mapping a network drive in Windows. The issue is that I can't connect to my NAS as stated above. HungaDunga3 Replied on May 15, 2016. Site Feedback. Good luck!
Tried everything on this thread with no success. Then I mapped the drive as normal. EirikD Replied on December 27, 2017.
I gave myself full permissions. Yes No. Tayblazer Replied on February 26, 2018. Just started having this problem over the weekend, not able to use "map a network drive" to map to my NAS shares even though it was fine previously. I found the solution - after hours of frustration.
Tips and common error messages for Windows when mapping a network drive Hope this information is helpful. In reply to b3g7's post on August 23, 2015.
Thanks anyhow! I couldn't mount my NAS on Windows 10 before enabling file and printer sharing: Niranjan Manjhi Replied on August 2, 2015. This site in other languages x. I'd previously had the same annoying error with the Synology Assistant and the meaningless error code 1312.