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The only times I have seen this are:
1) full path and name of a file exceed 256 characters, or
2) using non-standard ASCII characters in file names.
Can you check for that? I looked through the support articles at http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/category/server/ss4000-e/trblsht but didn't see anything related.
Having longer than 256 character names may have happened as I was moving copied directories into an unused one. As to non ascii characters I have seen Greek names on the NAS without problems.
However I cannot check as the Public directory is not accessible anymore. The console reports the capacity correctly, though.
When I try to access the NAS I see two folders, an empty one labelled guest and and Public. I can see the device in the network as a computer but on top of the window when I open it I get a header "unspecified (2)". (Windows 7) When i double click public I get a network error:
Windows cannot access \\storage\public
and in details error code 0x70080043
The network name cannot be found.
When I googled the error it seems it is a Samba error.
Thank you for your help!