QNAP TS-239PRO TURBONAS DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||23.9 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 7/8/10, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X 10.X|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
QNAP TS-239PRO TURBONAS DRIVER
Enter the basic folder settings. Enter the share name. Enter an optional description of the shared folder. Select which disk volume on which to create the folder.
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Specify the path of the shared folder or select to let the QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS specify the path automatically. Access privileges for users: Select the way you want to specify access rights to the folder. Select to enable folder encryption with bit AES encryption. See Folder Encryption for more QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS. Advanced settings this is only available when creating a shared folder o Guest Access Right: Assign guest access rights of the folder. Select to set the shared folder as a media folder. Select to hide the shared folder or not in Microsoft Networking.
Opportunistic locking is a Windows mechanism for the client to place an opportunistic lock oplock on a file residing on a server in order to cache the data locally for improved performance. Oplocks is enabled QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS default for everyday usage and should be disabled on networks that require multiple users concurrently accessing the same files.
Set the folder to be accessible for SMB 3 clients. This option is only available after SMB3 is enabled. After it is enabled, all communications via Microsoft Networking will be conducted via SMB3 and encrypted. Enable the Network QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS Bin for created shared folders. Enable this option if you want to sync the contents in this shared folder. Refer to Qsync Central Station for more details. Click "create" to complete the setup. To delete a shared folder, select the folder checkbox and click "Remove". You can select the option "Also delete the data.
Mounted ISO image files will not be deleted " to delete the folder and the files in it. If you do not select to delete the folder data, QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS data will be retained in the NAS.
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You can create a shared folder of the same name again to access the data. Icon Description Folder Property Edit the folder property. Select to hide or show the network drive, enable or disable oplocks, folder path, comment, restrict the access of Recycle Bin to administrators files can only be recovered by administrators from the Network Recycle Bin ,enable or disable write-only access on FTP connection, QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS encryption, and synchronization. Folder Permissions Edit folder permissions and subfolder permissions. Refresh Refresh the shared folder details. The folder name will be shown on the left and the users with configured access rights are QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS in the panel. You can also specify guest access rights on the bottom of the panel.
Click "Add" to select more users and user groups and specify their access rights to the folder.
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Click "Add" to confirm. Click "Remove" to remove any configured QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS. You can select multiple items by holding the Ctrl key and left clicking the mouse. Click "Apply" to save the settings.
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Subfolder Permissions The NAS supports subfolder permissions for secure management of the folders and subfolders. To configure subfolder permissions, follow the steps below: Select a root folder, for example Dept, and click "Folder Permissions". The shared folder name and its QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS subfolders are shown on the left. The users with configured access rights are shown in the panel, with special permission below. Double click the first-level subfolders to view the second-level subfolders.
Select the root folder Dept. Click "Add" when you have finished the settings. Specify other permissions settings below the folder permissions panel. Specify to grant full or read only access or deny guest access. QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS
Specify the owner of the folder. View full QNAP TS Pro dual-bay NAS server specs on CNET. QNAP. Model. TS Pro Turbo NAS. Packaged Quantity.
1. Compatibility. Mac, PC.
NAS devices are what you make of them. The average consumer who needs a centralized storage device or a RAID solution will find the QNAP TS to be a QNAP TS-239Pro TurboNAS of overkill for their needs. First, the good news: The TS is a hot-swappable two bay drive with a GHz processor and 1GB of DDR2 memory.