Are you sure your hitting the right I.P.? If your connecting via smb windows will do the I.P. lookup of the mapped share so if in the process you got a new I.P you may just be accessing the wrong I.P. Ping the box or look it up in your router to be sure you hitting the right guy etc.
Try a factory reset to default variables as your last resort.... Dont think it effects your data, but double to check first in the manual etc.
You would needed to have installed the SSHD & SYSUSER modules before it bonked. Most/many Thecus users have these installed already since their critical to do other things on the box. So based on your response you dont have these installed
I just got the same issue with the Web Interface. I upgraded to 2.00.08 about 2 weeks ago(?) and everything seemed to work fine. Then yesterday I get a 404 error when I try to get to the Web interface.
I can ping the 5200 I can puTTY into it I can WinSCP into it I had installed the SYSUSER and the SSHD modules I cannot get to the interface using https ( I assume it is the standard 443 port?)
I can get to my data, but I cannot change anything. I can't rename, add, create new folders, etc unless I map my drive using the account "sys". Of course, That is how I got to here. I've had trouble with mapped drive permissions since I upgraded to Vista. I figured the new firmware might fix the problem, but I think I just get myself "fixed".
Any ideas? My linux knowledge might generously be described as "just enough to get myself into trouble" since I am now there.
Thanks in advance
UPDATE: so i guess that the ability to connect as sys to my share is temporary. I haven't checked the timing, but after a while, the permissions on my share go away and I can't use sys to copy, rename, create, etc, either.