What is my problem? I don’t have a problem. My MBL is working great. You have the problem; both with your MBL, as well as how you’re interacting here.
People have asked you specific questions, and instead of answering, you give completely unrelated, contradictory, or irrelevent information.
I think you win the award for being the most combative and evasive person I’ve seen here! :laughing:
You’re frequently contradicting yourself, which makes it very difficult for anyone to try to help you.
When your story keeps changing, it’s difficult for anyone to try to figure out WHAT you are doing.
There was never at any time during the set up a request to enter or setup a username and password
I do not know what the username and password is and do not know how to reset them.
Then, when I tell you what the username and password is, and where you configured it, you say:
You really think that I did not try the username and password you are suggesting?
What else would I think? YOU specifically said you never did that!
In the windows security, I never set a username and password.
There you go, contradicting yourself again. You *DID* set it up, you just said you tried it!
Remotely means from outside the local. From a location not tethered.
and then you change it:
I used a sprint hot spot to do this.
You’re going to need to get your facts straight – How can anyone help you when you keep changing your story?
I also told you that the Screen Scrapes you’re posting do NOT look like a remote connection – yet another contradiction.
Why? Because a URL of this form:
is NOT a REMOTE WD 2Go connection. That is a LOCAL connection.
I showed you that a correct WD 2Go connection would look like this:
and you then just say
this screen print shot did not come from computer.
Great. That doesn’t help at all.
PCJoe’s Screen-shot *DOES* look like a WD2Go connection. I’m curious to see how he fairs now.
>> The username and password has something to do with windows security.
>> Look back through all the posts here and refresh your memory.
Yes, it *IS* Windows Security, because the NAS is asking for Credentials, and that’s what Windows does when the storage requires authentication (which is WD2Go). And my memory is fine; if you notice, I’m QUOTING your posts in this thread, so I’m obviously reading them.
So the short answer is: I am TRYING to help you. But you are making it EXTREMELY difficult because you’re being evasive, unclear, combative, and in your own words, “sarcastic.”