I like your ES File Explorer Android App very much, but I do not get remote access to _all_ plugged-in USB disks at my Vista 32-bit computer acting as server.
Have 4 USB-Disks (G:, H:, K:, M plugged into my Vista 32-bit computer.
After local login with 'username' & 'password' (with local admin rights), Windows Explorer enables access to all 4 USB-Disks (G:, H:, K:, M. This is what I would like to get from the ES File Explorer Android App too.
ES Datei Explorer on Android smartphone Samsung Galaxy S2 (after login with same 'username' & 'password' as above) establishes a successful connection but only offers access to 1 USB disk (G$), does not offer access to the other 3 USB disks (H$, K$, M$). Why?
There is no warning, no error message, no 'Connection failed', no 'Access denied', etc. As far as I can see in Vista, all 4 disks have same access properties.
How can I get all 4 plugged-in USB disks?
As a simple user I would need a detailed 'How TO Guide' procedure that guarantees success.
Yes, thanks! You gave me the clue. It was a permission problem.
Though I did not need the administrator account. My user account, which has administator permission works.
ES File Explorer shows all plugged-in USB disks, when the permission _details_ for each disk are properly set!
The general permission pane in windows explorer led me to the false conclusion, that all settings were the same. But there were differences in the details sub-pane of the permission pane. After correction of the permission details for some of the disks, Windows does not any longer prevent ES File Explorer doing its excellent job for these disks.