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    TF to View Photos on LAN

    Just joined the TForums today so if im posting in wrong place - someone please redirect me.
    I have a small photo business - we photograph youth sports and show/deliver photos on the spot.
    The bottleneck in the process is having enough "view stations" for people to view their photos. I got a TF101 hoping I could use it. We use Adobe Lightroom to store reduced size images on a gigabit NAS on our wireless network.
    Is there an app that will identify the NAS and allow the user to view photos on the TF101?

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    Welcome to the forum!

    Using a network enabled file manager (ES File Explorer or File Manager HD). Browse to the pictures, then open them in the app QuickPic and you can swipe through the pictures in the folder or do a slideshow.

    The in built Gallery will only open one pic at a time using a file manager.


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    ES File Manager access to LAN files

    Good advice on the ES File Manager. I loaded it and I can get to Google Docs and other web files as well as, of course, local files. But I'm having problems accessing my local area network. I "scan" and get 4 IP addresses - not sure how to tell which is my file share though. And when I click on any, I get security questions - ID and Password (I don't have IDs or passwords). Where can I get a "User's Guide" to teach me how to do this?
    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by MortonB View Post
    Good advice on the ES File Manager. I loaded it and I can get to Google Docs and other web files as well as, of course, local files. But I'm having problems accessing my local area network. I "scan" and get 4 IP addresses - not sure how to tell which is my file share though. And when I click on any, I get security questions - ID and Password (I don't have IDs or passwords). Where can I get a "User's Guide" to teach me how to do this?
    Ben
    If it's asking for a user and password, there is one, even if you don't think so. You can find the system to look for by opening a command prompt on each system and typing ipconfig and then taping enter. The first set of number, probably starting with 192.xxx etc that says IP address is that system. I'm assuming you know you have shares and the permission to access them so you may have seen something other than your computer, like a printer, that asked for that info.

    Try again with this info and report back.

 

 

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