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Table Of Contents

Benefits
About This Guide
Recommended Installation Sequence
Using the Help
Audience
About the NSS Configuration Interface
Getting Help
Refreshing the GUI Pages
Approved Vendor List for Drives
System Alerts
Storage Status
Network Status
Shares Status
Backup and Snapshots Status
Power Status
System Status
Viewing the Hardware Monitor
Viewing and Managing the System Logs
Viewing the Power Status Page
NSS-Supported UPS Product Families
Physical Interfaces
Virtual Interfaces
Viewing the Network Settings
Configuring the Network Link IP
Resetting the DHCP Lease on a Link
Viewing VLANs Configured on the NSS
Allowing a VLAN Access to the NSS
Changing a VLAN Configuration
Removing a VLAN’s Access to the NSS
Configuring the NSS Network Identification
Configuring DNS or WINS for Name Resolution
Joining the NSS to a Network Information System (NIS) Domain
Editing Access Control Lists (ACLs) from Windows Explorer: Restrictions
Editing Access Control Lists (ACLs) from Windows Explorer: Restrictions
Running Diagnostics of your Physical Links
Setting up the Link Bonding & Advertising Modes
Disk Status Table
About the RAID Arrays Page
Choosing a RAID Array Level
Creating a RAID Array
Adding a Disk Drive to an Array
Deleting an Array
Migrating a RAID Array to another Storage Device
Virtualizing Storage within your Network
Exporting Storage to your Network
Creating Virtualized Storage
Unexporting Storage
Volume Management
Creating a Volume
Expanding a Volume
Deleting a Volume
Viewing the Snapshot Reserve Details
Maintaining Active Snapshots
Creating a Snapshot for a Volume
Taking a Manual Snapshot of a Volume
Windows End Users: Accessing a Snapshot for a Share
Volume Encryption Overview
Locking an Encrypted Volume
Unlocking a Locked Volume
Changing the Password for an Encrypted Volume
Storage Options
Managing your NSS Users
Editing a User Profile
Integrating Users from an ADS, NTv4, or NIS Domain
Logging into the NSS as a Local User
Deleting a User Profile
Working with Groups
Creating a Group
Changing the Users Assigned to a Group
Integrating Groups from an Active Directory, NTv4, or NIS Domain
Integrating Groups from an Active Directory, NTv4, or NIS Domain
Deleting a Group
Managing Volume Quotas
Changing the User’s Primary Group
About the Volume Quota Page
Creating Volume Quota for a User or Group
Setting up the Grace Period for a Volume Quota
Changing a Volume Quota for a User or Group
Clearing a Quota
Network Filters Overview
Defining the Default Network Policy
To define the default network policy:
Creating a Network Filter
Available Access Filters
Deleting a Network Filter
Configuring the User/Group Settings
Creating a Share
Editing an Existing Share
Adding a DFS Shared Folder
Restrictions using Microsoft DFS from the NSS
Setting up CIFS Access
Setting up Network Filesystem (NFS) Access
Configuring the NSS for FTP Access
Configuring Passive Mode FTP
Creating or Running a Backup of a Share
Creating a Scheduled Backup for a Share
Initiating a Backup for a Share
Deleting Backup Images
Rebooting or Shutting Down the NSS
Upgrading the NSS Firmware
Upgrading the NSS Firmware in a Virtualized Setup
Restoring the Factory Default Configuration
Managing the NSS Configuration
Saving the Current Configuration
To save the current configuration:
To restore a configuration file:
Deleting a Configuration File
Configuring the Timing Settings
Configuring the Email Alerts for a Recipient
Changing the Email Alerts for a Recipient
Deleting an Email Alert Recipient Profile
Configuring SNMP Alerts
Changing the Administrator Password
Logging into a Share
Logging into the CIFS Shares with Administrator Privileges
To log into CIFS shares with administrator privileges:
Windows Users: Accessing the Storage by using CIFS/SMB
Windows Users: Accessing the Storage by using FTP
Mac Users: Accessing the Storage by using CIFS/SMB
Mac Users: Accessing the Storage by using FTP
UNIX/Linux Users: Accessing the Storage by using NFS
UNIX/Linux Users: Accessing the Storage by using FTP
NSS LEDs
Power LED (Front Panel)
System LED (Front Panel)
Reset Button (Front Panel)
LAN LED (Front Panel)
Hard Disk Drive LEDs
USB LED (Front Panel)
UPS LED (Back Panel)
Repairing a Degraded Array
Working with a Failed Array
Drive Error LED Remains On
Firmware Attempt is Unsuccessful
Free Bound Virtualized Storage when the Master System Fails
All CIFS Connections were Unexpectedly Ended
Hotplugging the Ethernet Link doesn’t Reset IP or Link Rate
Unable to Create a Share or Quota for a Volume
Cannot Access the NSS through FTP
Cannot Rename a Folder through FTP
Configuration Page Does not Appear in Internet Explorer
Handling an Unexpected (Unclean) Shutdown
Boosting the Performance of NFS Transfers
Rejoining the ADS Domain after a Failed to Join
To rejoin to the ADS domain after a failed to join:
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