This sounds simple, but I've tried everything short of calling Buffalo Tech Support...
I have a 2GB Terastation live connected to my network. To that TeraStation, I have two Ximeta Netdisk drives connected, both in USB mode.
On both of my machines (1 is Win2K, the other XPSP2) I can read all of the files on the drives. But I cannot copy to either drive -- I keep getting an access denied message/no permissions/file may be in use.
This happens for any/all files I try to copy. The file is not in use...
Permissions are turned off -- everything should be "open" on the network.
Access to the drives worked fine the first few days, but I've been getting this message for about two weeks now.
I've rebooted the computers, the router and the TeraStation. No luck.
Now this was strange: Just for fun (and because I had exhausted everything else), I turned permissions on, and gave all of the users read/write access. But now I cannot log into the USB Shares with the required network credentials (yes, I am changing the username to the correct one and using the correct password with each username)
Turned permissions off, mounted the drive, can read but cannot write.
I've looked at every screen on the Web Admin interface. All of them tell me there's write access.
Any ideas you may have are appreciated. Thanks for reading this far.