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clarkss12
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So if network is working correctly the following should be the same:
 

//BEELINKL55/d
//192.168.10.83/d

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clarkss12
10 minutes ago, cayars said:

So if network is working correctly the following should be the same:
 

//BEELINKL55/d
//192.168.10.83/d

Agreed, that is the problem.  Emby can't/won't use the //192.168.10.83/d, but it will use //BeelinkL55/d.  It also, doesn't use //BeelinkL55/ without the "d", and it should give me a list of that drives files and folders, not just the "d" drive.

Also, the heading says to use >> " Network paths can be entered manually in the event the Network button fails to locate your devices. For example, \\server or \\192.168.1.101."::::  but you are using // instead of \\, NOW, I am getting totally confused.

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New computer and I think spell check keeps updating "\" to "/".

But basically you want the slashes to follow exactly how it's showed in the example :)
These are opposite the direction you see in an http(s) URL.

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clarkss12
25 minutes ago, cayars said:

New computer and I think spell check keeps updating "\" to "/".

But basically you want the slashes to follow exactly how it's showed in the example :)
These are opposite the direction you see in an http(s) URL.

Actually, the // worked also....... strange.

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Did a remote session with @clarkss12 and got the issue resolved.  Just had to login on the machine itself so credentials were saved.  This had been done using the name but not IP previously so now the UNCs can be used either way.

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clarkss12

Carlos did another fantastic job again by getting my server running again like it should.............  He is a genius...... :)

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