Every time I start my computer, it shows my mapped ShareSpace drives as being disconnected until I click on the drive and then login to ShareSpace. Is there any way, on a home network, to have an auto-login? Since this is a home network, I don’t have an Active Directory domain controller setup so I’m assuming I can’t use Active Directory accounts to auto-log me in?
In my dreamy world, I was expecting to be able to just map network drives to ShareSpace and not have to deal with authentication each time. Unfortunately, that doesn’t appear to be the case… unless I’m doing something wrong.
In addition, Windows Vistas back-up utility won’t work with ShareSpace… I get the following error:
“The network share could not be accessed for the following reason: Cannot create a file when the file already exists. (0x800700B7) Please ensure that the network location is valid.”
Has anyone figured-out a work-around for this? So far, I’m getting a bit frustrated with these issues. I’m not sure if these are problems I should expect from a low priced NAS solution or if they’re specific to WD products?