Hope someone can help. I’ve read the documentation on Network drive access but amm utterly confused by it.
Ihave ChannelsDVR set to record to a folder on my NAS called Recordings. I understand I cant run MCEBuddy on the NASso on my win 10 desktop I am trying to set up MCEBuddy to access the Recordings folder to monitor. I have input the credentials for access to the network folder but when I click Start nothing happens. Im confused by the instructions on Local System namely
" 1. When MCEBuddy is running as a LocalSystem service, to access network shares that have usernames and passwords you need to enter the username and password for each share separately in MCEBuddy. Use a fully qualified network path in MCEBuddy like
\\<machine or IP Address>\<share name> and enter the
password credentials for that path in MCEBuddy by clicking on the credentials ( ) icon next to the path. Do not use your mapped drives (e.g. Z:) since they don’t exist outside your user login session.
I havent used mapped drives to point MCEBuddy at although they are mapped to the win10 PC. Can someone please expain what I’m doing wrong I dont understand why when I enter the l9ocation in MCEBuddy and then enter the NAS login credentials nothing works.