I just wanted to give an update. I have the shares mounted and visible on all of my MD's, but I had to do it manually.
Every time the router is reloaded, I am asked if I want to use the Fileserver, every time I say yes, but a device for the machine was never created.
The fix was actually simple, but it involved setting up a device manually.
1. Log onto the Webadmin site
2. scroll to the bottom on the left menu and click on "show devices tree" link
3. click on "CORE"
4. the device template will open in the right hand window.
5. Along the top of the template click the link "Create Child Device"
6. Click the button "Pick Device Template"
7. A new window will pop up.
8. Change the second drop down box to File\Media Server the click button labeled "Apply Filter" (this filters the third drop down box to only the device which meet the criteria listed in the top two drop down boxes.)
9. Select File Server and click "Pick Device Template"
10. Now you will be taken back to the original page, with a nearly complete device template for a File Server
11. Change the Description
12. Scroll to the bottom and add the username and password and check the check box if you want the box password protected.
13. Click Save ( now you have added the machine, Now we have to add the shares on the machine)
Adding Shares to the File\Media Server we just created above
1. Now that the Machine is saved, click "Create Child Device" (same place as before)
2. Click the button "Pick Device Template"
3. A new window will pop up.
4. Change the second drop down box to Network Storage the click button labeled "Apply Filter" (this filters the third drop down box to only the device which meet the criteria listed in the top two drop down boxes.)
5. Select Windows Share and click "Pick Device Template"
6. Now you will be taken back to the original page, with a nearly complete device template for a Window Share
7. Change the Description
8. Scroll to the bottom of the page, as this is where we need to make some changes.
9. PK_Users is a drop down list. I have alway selected Pluto's Structure, you may try additional options, but basically this sets up the directory structure under public like LinuxMCE wants it.
10. add Correct Share Name, username, password
11. under file system put in "cifs"
12 check the appropriate check boxes for your situation and then press the save button.
Now you need to reload the router and you should have access to the media. If you do not immediately see the media listed on the orbiter, you need to perform the media file sync listed in the previous post. I had to run the media sync from the top directory "public" otherwise it gave me an error, but from the top directory it ran fine.
I hope this helps. The only residual problem is that every time the router is reloaded it asks me if I want to use my machine as a file server. I just select yes, and it is fine until the next time the router reloads.