Asus O!Play cannot access network/workgroup shares

It always worked fine before but no amount of power unplugging/cycling does any good.  I can access one network share and that is one that I've already saved, but it can't see any workgroups.

One silly thing is why is there no option to manually connect to a netbios name or IP?

It seems there is a bug with the firmware and that the SMB client is not working properly.  Hopefully it fixes itself at some point.

Between this and the lack of support for embedded subs, I really wish I didn't buy O!Play and that I went with the Western Digital instead.


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