Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS Driver for Windows 10
Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS Driver
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Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS Driver
Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. While the average consumer won't appreciate the high-end features that can be unwrapped in this network-attached storage NAS device, tech enthusiasts will see a list of the things they seek in a NAS device.
Hot swappable bay drives? Of course. And there's more.
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NAS devices are what you make of them. First, the good news: The TS is a hot-swappable two bay drive with a 1. The TS runs relatively quietly despite the fan, but you'll definitely notice it chug through some of its more difficult tasks.
Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS It's plenty secure too, offering AES bit volume-based encryption and plenty of administrative privileges to ensure only the people you want to view data can get access to it. IT professionals or people in charge of large amounts of data in the workspace will appreciate it. It's easy to create new users Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS set up privileges and passwords for the various accounts.
For example, if you want John from accounting to have access to certain documents but not others, that's as easy as creating a folder and clicking who is authorized. The beauty of one-touch copying is that it will let you quickly copy the contents of a USB drive connected to the port on the front of the unit.
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I tinkered around with several USB drives that I connected to the front port and found that the copying can take several seconds or several minutes, depending on the size of the contents to be copied. When setting up the drive, Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS detected the unit and its folders through Finder without difficulty and were able to drag and drop folders with ease.
It's not the most streamlined approach, of course, and the File Manager interface is ridiculously outdated, but it'll still do the job. When you first start the drive's browser interface, you'll see six icons that can be scrolled through.
The QNAP Forum, Customer Service, and QNAP Wiki icons link to ways to access information about the product--helpful considering the complicated setup processes involved with some of the higher end abilities of the drive. The administration icon links to the main hub for configuring the unit.
On the left panel, you'll see many folders capped by an overview icon and on the right you'll Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS a window with the details for their specific feature. The volume management will reveal the capacity of your drives, their status, their SMART information good, bad, etc. The drive will warn you with a "this will take a long time" notification if you attempt this latter process.
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These features can only be initiated when you first manually insert a new drive or replace a drive as we kept receiving an error when we tried to format the volumes after they've already been inserted. The drive that we were shipped included two populated drives set at a RAID striped configuration and to alter it we had to pull one of the hot-swappable 3. You'll have to go dyndns.
It's a multi-step process that isn't as approachable as some of the home media servers we've reviewed, but then again, this drive is catered to a more high-end audience. Similarly, there is remote replicate and remote RAID expansion features available to give you even Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS power to manipulate and access your data when you're away from your machine. A recent firmware update allows for Mac users to use the TS as a backup disk through Time Machine.
The attention to Mac users is appreciated because the interface of the drive will remind some users of older Windows operating systems in its layout and aesthetics.
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The iTunes server must be enabled first and then you're free to drag and drop media into the Qmultimedia folder. MP3s will show up in your iTunes folder, and you can then create smart playlists that will show up under the "shared" subhead of your iTunes window. The smart playlist creation interface is a bit wonky and seems like a redundant feature for iTunes users but it's rare to have a high-end NAS company take such an active interest in details of playing media so the effort if not the execution is applauded.
I discussed earlier about the TS not being as approachable as home media servers we've reviewed and that's because it's not targeted for that audience. But then again, it Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS Synology's DSSlim seem welcoming and approachable in Qnap TS-239 Pro II Turbo NAS. Those who want to use the device as a home media server to stream their media files on DLNA players may want to consider other options.
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The Twonky Media page you are greeted with, while only intended to manipulate the settings of the media server, resembles a bad Web 1. While you can apparently stream to UPnP devices like the Xbox and the PS3, the interface is so far behind competing drives that the media server abilities seem like an afterthought, something tacked on.
Macworld's buying advice If you're a business owner hoping for a do-it-all NAS or a consumer looking for a home media server, there are better drives out there to fit your need.