With the size of hard drives these days are more then a 2-bay NAS really needed? How do you all decide how many drive bays are needed??
Thanks in advance.
hey forum member, need some help
this evening , there has been continual attempts to remotely log onto my QNAP Nas
about every 15 seconds
see the attached notification screen shot
I have disabled the default admin account and the real obscure administrator account has a very secure password
what should I do next? should I be worried?
I just upgraded my laptop to the latest Windows 10 1903 (18362.53) which is in release preview. The following issue may or may not be resulting from that.
My WS2012R2 Essentials server is now reporting this laptop as Offline. On the other hand the connector icon on the laptop is green, I can launch the Dashboard through it, so everything seems to be connected.
More importantly, I now cannot backup this laptop: it tries and complains that it cannot connect to the WS Essentials Client Computer Management Service. I have tried reinstalling the Connector to no avail. It used to work a couple of weeks ago, before this upgrade, but in principle it could have been some other unrelated change.
Does anyone else have a similar problem with Windows 1903? Or is it just me? Is there something I can try?
Dropbox is deprecating the "free" tier of their storage plans
got an email from them this evening that "I cannot link any new devices" and the only alternative is to upgrade to a $10/month plan
This is from their forums
"Dropbox device limit
Dropbox Limits Its Free Accounts To Maximum Of Three Devices. Previously, there was no such limit implemented. According to the Dropbox website, as of March, users of its free Basic tier can add their account to a maximum of three devices. However, if they already had the device linked to more than three devices, then they will continue to function. "
I don't know how hard and fast this is - I tried installing a dropbox instance on my cell phone and couldn't this evening - I think my main PC
is on the list - I couldn't find a listing of existing "connected devices" on my dropbox account.
I don't even know what my other two devices are - probably long gone my old windows cell phone for example.
Just as Well - Dropbox was my main cloud storage about what 10 years ago but with the improvements to OneDrive/Gdrive, and my eventual use of Office 365 storage became kinda moot. will probably just cancel my account, which is probably what they wanted anyway
what is the old saying "If you aren't paying for the product, you are the product"
also "once bitten twice shy" Cloud Storage is not a true backup
due to Crashplan's demise, this winter I backed up all my irreplaceable data ( family photos, documents) on M-Disk archival Blu ray disks.
I have a copy in my firesafe and at my Brother's house in another state.
I've been banging my head for a few days now trying to figure this out and I've run out of ideas. Hoping the very intelligent crew here can help me out.
I have a Drobo 5N and a Synology RS816 on my network, both of which have been working without issue for quite some time now. I've always connected to both via Windows Explorer by simply going to the network address i.e., \\N5 and \\SYN (sample names).
I recently got a new desktop which is where the issues are coming up. When I try to go to \\N5, it results in a message saying it cannot find that location. However, \\SYN works just fine. What's strange is that I can see and manage the Drobo through the Drobo Dashboard software. What could be preventing Windows from seeing the Drobo on the network?
I've already enabled the SMB 1.x protocol, ensured the workgroup names are the same, rebooted both the machine and the Drobo, made sure network sharing is enabled, and even did a fresh install to ensure that some program I installed didn't cause the issue. Every other machine I have can access the Drobo without issue. It's just this new desktop, and everything is running Windows 10.
Another strange phenomenon that I discovered is that if I go to "\\DROBO" (verbatim, not a sample name) it leads me to the Synology. Where is Windows getting the mapping from that it is directing that address to the Synology?
This is driving me nuts so any advice would be greatly appreciated.