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Share Management Section

The next item of the main menu is Share Management. It offers settings to control user accounts and sharing the NAS’s storage space. The Add Folder page is where you can open access to some folders for all or individual users. You can only share folders in the disks’ root directories, however. Each folder can allow access by one of three protocols (or by all of them): FTP, SMB and NTP. Devices connected via USB become automatically accessible via Samba and cannot be accessed via the other protocols.

The User Management and Group Management pages are necessary to manage user accounts and unite them into groups.

On the Quota Management page you can specify disk usage quotas for individual users as well as user groups.

Backup Section

The Backup menu item contains only one sub-item called Scheduling Backup. There you can set up the backup copying of select folders on the NAS’s hard disks. I guess this is a virtually useless feature as you can only make backups of NAS’s internal disk folders and only into folders on the NAS’s internal disks, too. You can’t back up information from your computer or from another NAS, for example.

 
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