I have 5 computers all with latest updates 4 computers does not show mycloud in the list of network computers, and also not the other computers in network. One computer shows all network computeres.
So it is not mycloud giving trouble, but windows 10 nothandling the network correctly in this sence.
to get acs to shares(to map them) i am using wd access that make it possibble to brovse shares for mapping.
@Jorn_Johanesson To add to what rac8006 suggest you check, do you have Network discovery on for all the computers?
Here is what is showing on my router for my network, it handles the network, not my individual computers, but, they do have to be configured to work with each other. My Laptop is not in use at this time.
I of course have network discovery turned on in all the computers.
I have reported the problem in the feedback hub.
All computers are in the same workgroup and connected to the router (Asus) through a powered network hub with cat 7 cables. There was not a problem before upgrading from window 7 pro to windows 10 pro.
In particular see Windows 10 Specific Method 1 through Windows 10 Specific Method 5. Those steps typically fix many if not most network issue/setting problems that prevent Windows 10 from seeing the My Cloud as a network device.
Also check any security software or firewall software on the PC to ensure that software isn’t blocking access to local network devices like the My Cloud.