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Old 05-05-2021, 11:23   #1
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NAS shared media

Ive plugged in a USB pen to my router in order to share the product with my network.

The problem is its auto set itself to use the G drive for the media which is already in use by another drive on my network and i cant find in the router settings how to change the drive.

The router is a TP Link Archer AX50. I wonder if anyone can help?

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Re: NAS shared media

have you checked on the machine with the dupe drive letter assignment to see if has actually duplicated? would have thought the client machines would assign the letter for their individual circumstances
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Re: NAS shared media

I share a stick with my Netgear. The drive letter isn't set on the router but on the PC. I share to Linux also and essentially it just maps \\router\devicename to a drive letter in Windows or a directory in Linux.
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