Since I upgraded to Sierra, I can't establish any SMB connections anymore. When I click CMD-K and enter an address such as "smb://192.168.67.11/wb-data" and then click on OK, I see that Commander One tries to connect because the spinning wheel shows up shortly, but then it stops and I am still not connected.
It is not a firewall issue because I can connect with the Finder. I can also establish a FTP connection (the destination is a shared folder on a Synology NAS).
The connections worked fine before I updated the MacOS.
I uninstalled and reinstalled Commander One, but this did not resolve the problem.
What do you suggest?
Just found out that it does in fact connect because after I click on OK, I see the icon of the network drive appearing on the desktop. However, it does not show up anywhere inside Commander One, whether as drive nor under "Network".