@jhorlyck This is same as Bennor post, check you Dashboard>Settings>Notifications to see what you have chosen and you can delete any old notifications, use dropdown menu under the bell. See example image below. Click on, tap or activate image to enlarge it.
The warnings appear on the dashboard as well as in Windows 10 notifications. If I delete them one of the places, they also disappear on the other.
I do not have a network switch.
In windows 10 I can change the setup so notifications from WD app manager does not show in W10. But they still appear on the dashboard.
I have another issue: WD sync says “WDcloud up to date” (No files pending), but there are plenty of files that are not synced.
Are these problems related?
Take a look at the Asus router logs to see if there is any indication in there if the My Cloud is disconnecting.
One suggestion, reserve a static IP for the My Cloud on the router. Also if reserving an IP address in the router, ensure the My Cloud is configured (in the Dashboard > Settings > Network) for DHCP so it pulls an IP address from the router.
Another suggestion is to dump the My Cloud logs via Create System Report under the Support option under the ? icon at the top of the Dashboard. Then look through the logs to see if there is any indication as to why it’s generating the network link down message.
WD Sync is flaky with lots of user complaints. Don’t know if un-syced items in WD Sync would cause a network link down message, but perhaps it might if it somehow overloads the network link on the My Cloud causing the network port to cycle it’s connection off/on. More than a few have dumped using WD Sync and use third party programs like Free File Sync (https://freefilesync.org/).