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Cannot Map NAS in Windows 10 Pro x64

I have purchased a D-link DNS 321, and after several hours of trying I could not map the NAS as a drive nor access it using NFS

Objective: use NAS as network file server.

Go to Programs and Features in Windows 10 Control Panel. Click Turn Windows features on or off link.
Scroll down to SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support and check all of the features. Click OK.
Once all of the installation is done, click Restart now.
In Windows Explorer go to Network => Storage (or whatever your NAS’ name is) and you will be presented with all the Volumes available.