« Last post by pigdog on July 18, 2014, 02:20:14 am »
I saw this part of a review on CNET...
The server comes with a discovery software utility, making setting up the BlackArmor a simple task. Once set up, the utility assists in finding the NAS server on the network and allows you to map network drives to its two default share folders, "public" and "download." Fortunately, no software is needed to access the NAS, as it fully supports the SMB protocol and can be easily found using Windows Explorer.
Can you easily find the NAS via Windows Explorer?
Then can you easily find the NAS under that Windows "other networks or network neighbourhood" or under my computer whatever?
If you can see it as part of the network neighbourhood the I don't understand why LMCE couldn't see it.
There should not be any other parameters that would be needed in 10.04 global section.
Unless, there is one different thing you might need for connecting to a Windows OS box. All the other necessary fields are in the global section.
I can't remember off the top off my head...
I'll look through my notes.