Synology NAS DS211 & DS411j Review

Users, Maintenence & Backup

Synology NAS DSx11j Shoot Out

Users, Maintenence & Backup

Whether you have just 4 users or an elaborate array of 1024 users across dozens of groups, assigning user credentials and strong access permissions is all too important on a device carrying centralised (and potentially sensitive) data. The Synology DSM supports individual and group permissions for Read/Write, Read or Disabled access across all shared folder (as shown below)

Synology NAS DSx11 Round Up     Synology NAS DSx11 Round Up

Simply assign your client's username/password credentials and the job is almost done; note that the system will email your user once their account has been activated.

Synology NAS DSx11 Round Up

As we will cover shortly, these NAS devices come bundled with a number of applications. Under user permissions you may also specify the applications that a given user may access.

Synology NAS DSx11j Shoot Out     Synology NAS DSx11j Shoot Out

Synology NAS DSx11 Round Up

DSM3.0 allows you to view all Hard Disk Drives inside the NAS box, carry out SMART diagnostics and format them where required. Again the menus are very intuitive.

On a similar note, it is also possible to undertake internal and external file backup. The NAS servers can be configured in order to assign scheduled times for this to occur.

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Most Recent Comments

16-11-2010, 07:07:50

tinytomlogan
Synology are back with a refreshed range of NAS devices. How will they perform?

Continue Reading

22-11-2010, 11:51:10

disik
Please provide us with a detailed images of PCB of DS411j and description of what's inside.

22-11-2010, 12:50:32

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by disik View Post

Please provide us with a detailed images of PCB of DS411j and description of what's inside.
Thats what the main review is for dude.

22-11-2010, 14:22:16

disik
I mean pictures and description of the PCB components, like RAM module - soldered on the board or inserted into a socket, ROM flash memory removable or not, etc., just like you did at http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/storage/synology_ds710_2-bay_all-in-1_nas_server/3 review.

Thanks.
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