I have NO shares open, I've stopped WD Anywhere Access, I've tried static and dynamic IP addresses, completely uninstalled and reinstalled (and uninstalled and reinstalled…) the included MioNet and backup software. I've restarted the drive time and time again (even turned it and all my other computers off over night), have used net use * /del, reset using the hold-for-40-seconds-and-apply-power method… everything. I think I've tried every trick listed here on the board and anywhere else on the 'net, and I still get "The drive is currently busy. Please stop using all shares and try again."
When I first bought the drive last week, I installed the included MioNet and WD Anywhere Backup software. Over 3-4 days I backed up 30+ GB worth of data to it (My Book World, 1 TB). Then I discovered that MioNet was going to restrict my ability to legitimately share certain types of files with my family and so started looking for a way around that. I successfully completed the ENTIRE process of configuring the Web File Manager hack (http://mybookworld.wikidot.com/webfilemanager). Started at "first steps" here on this site and went all the way through to successful completion. Everything was working just fine… and then weird things started happening. I have to confess that I can't remember what all those weird things were — it was 3:30 AM by the time I went to bed Friday night/Saturday morning — but suffice it to say that although I can now reach the drive by IP address (\\192.168.0.100) on my PC and as a shared resource through my Macbook's Finder, and although I can reach the web configuration page, I cannot SSH into the drive ("connection refused" is all I get). The drive is also not showing up in MioNet's "Access My Files" or "My Resources."
What I want: MioNet working, and I want to be able to SSH in.
At this point I'd be perfectly happy to wipe the drive and start over from scratch. I'd also be happy to just take this drive back and get another, but there's NO WAY I'm going to take a drive back to the store that has 30 GB of my files on it!
Firmware version is 02.00.18, and there's a folder named ID34771184 in the root of the drive (along with PUBLIC).
Help. HELP. HELP!