Windows 10: can't access any NAS drives after windows update

Discus and support can't access any NAS drives after windows update in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; I get the message "A specified logon session does not exist. It may already have been terminated." I can access the drives fine from my macmini,... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by GordieCavill, Oct 30, 2020.

  1. can't access any NAS drives after windows update


    I get the message
    "A specified logon session does not exist. It may already have been terminated."


    I can access the drives fine from my macmini, macbook pro, raspbery pis, my samsung s8 and my old laptop not updated for a while


    But not from my main PC

    :)
     
    GordieCavill, Oct 30, 2020
    #1
  2. Gino Des Win User

    Windows 10 & NAS Box

    Hi Peter,

    A few possible reasons can cause this issue. To help us identify the cause of this problem, we would like to know the following information:

    • How is your NAS box connected to your computer? (Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or USB)
    • Are you using a program provided by the manufacturer of your NAS box to access it?
    • Do you receive any error messages when accessing your NAS box? If yes, what is the exact error message?
    • What troubleshooting steps have you tried so far?

    In the meantime, we suggest that you perform the solution provided by omiklik (Most Helpful Reply)
    in the following thread: Unable to see NAS drive on Network - Win 10 PC.

    Keep us updated on the status of the issue, and we will be glad to assist you further.
     
    Gino Des, Oct 30, 2020
    #2
  3. Accessing files over Network NAS drive

    I bought a new laptop on Feb 1. It had Windows 10 installed when I got it.

    I set everything up and installed my personal stuff and set the wifi adapter to "private" in the network and sharing options.

    Everything was fine. I had direct access to my WD MyCloud NAS storage drive.

    On Feb. 2, as I shut down for the night, there was an update. And the next morning, I had no access to my NAS drive.

    The drive appears in the file explorer, under network, and several locations on the drive have shortcuts in the Quick Access menu, but nothing on the drive can be accessed, except through the web interface. There is no longer any direct access.

    I have tried a large number of fixes I found through Google, including adding a credential and editing through services.msc (making a list of things "automatic" loading rather than "manual."

    Nothing has worked.

    How do I get my NAS drive back?

    ***Modify title from: Network NAS drive***
     
    ElsaFrohman, Oct 30, 2020
    #3
  4. can't access any NAS drives after windows update

    Problem accessing a NAS drive


    I have 2 NAS drives and 3 computers in my home network. The NAS drives and one PC are Ethernet-connected to a router/wireless access point; the other 2 PCs use wireless connections. All 3 PCs can access one NAS drive with no problem. The drives show up in the Network section of File Explorer, and if I click on the NAS's icon all it's shares are displayed (whether or not the PC has credentials to access the shares). The shares on the other NAS drive can be seen by only 2 of the PCs.

    On the failing PC the inaccessible NAS drive shows in File Explorer, but if I click on it I get

    can't access any NAS drives after windows update [​IMG]


    However, on that same PC, Firefox can access the FTP server on the NAS drive

    can't access any NAS drives after windows update [​IMG]

    so Windows obviously has no trouble communicating with the NAS. And Windows must be configured to allow communication with a NAS in general or it could not successfully connect to the other NAS. (Those two screen snips were stored on that working NAS.)

    The problematic PC doesn't really have to reach the NAS, but I would like it to, and I'm frustrated that I can't figure this out. Anyone have any suggestions?

    BTW, the error popup says I should ask the administrator of the server about this. I would, but I'm not speaking with myself at the moment.
     
    pokeefe0001, Oct 30, 2020
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