Roon OS Connection Problems From Windows

Trouble connecting to ROCK / Nucleus data folder from Windows

For general instructions for connecting to Roon OS / Nucleus data folders, see these articles: 
  1. Roon OS Data Directory
  2. Nucleus Internal Storage
If you're having trouble accessing the directory from File Explorer on Windows despite trying the changes above, please try these steps.

Enable SMBv1

Go to Turn Windows Features On or Off, check SMBv1, and enable it. You'll need to reboot your machine in order to fully apply the change. 

Add-Remove Programs client method

Enable Insecure Guest Logons

Open Local Group Policy Editor and navigate to Computer Configurations > Administrative Templates > Network > Lanman Workstation. Select Enable insecure guest logons and set it to Enabled




If you're still having issues after making these changes please reach out to us on Community!
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