On a Ubuntu 16.4.1 computer at home, trying to access a Ubuntu 16.4.1 computer at work, both with free NeoRouter 4360 installed, I get entirely different windows during the process of trying to establish the connection than the windows I get when trying to establish a connection to a Windows 10 machine:
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Note the two choices, Anonymous vs Registered User. I never saw anything like that before in the years I have used NeoRouter. And neither of the two choices does a damned thing, certainly does not connect me.
In this sequence, NeoRouter has ALREADY shown me the remote shares, unlike the sequence of events when trying to connect to a Win 10 machine about four feet away from the Ubuntu machine (both at work, using one of my Ubuntu machines at home to try to call in to them).
Note the heading on the window showing the shares in the background: it says "Windows shares on 10.0.0.6." This is just a cosmetic point, but that heading is wrong. The shares being shown are on a Ubuntu machine, not on Windows at all.
The red feathers belong to a Scarlet Macaw I got with my little Fuji camera, in Costa Rica.