Has anyone had issues with accessing the BDP on a windows 10 network? Mine seems very flaky. I only access the drive on the network when i upload new music so i'm not sure when it disappeared. MM can still be accessed via the PC and it works ok but no luck seeing the drive on the network. Once last night it seemed to be there but when i clicked on the icon the password screen didn't pop up just a message stating something like the name might not be matching. I have an internal drive so this is a real pita. Very frustrating to the point i might be looking for a new player or taking the internal drive out and use an external. This used to be a relaxing pastime where have we gone.
On my last Windows 10 update, I also lost the ability to see the BDP-2 internal drive. I also had to go into "Turn Windows Features On/Off", and re-enable Samba 1 client capability on the Windows machine.
While this is an okay workaround for my situation, as a software developer, I would suggest that Bryston really does have to support the more secure Samba, sooner than later. In the software world, old security protocols are being turned off all over the place. There will come a day when the BDP simply will not connect to anything via Samba.
Of course, upgrading could have an effect on old client machines. That's where testers make their money