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Old July 12, 2007, 07:15 PM
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Old July 12, 2007, 07:22 PM
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Looks like a pretty cool unit.

Am I correct in assuming that it doesn't use proprietary software for the networking?

I remember looking at a single HD box a while ago but it used it's own software for access.
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Old July 12, 2007, 07:28 PM
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One more question....

Did you get a chance to check out the backup software? Does it include a "complete restore over the network" option?

Heh.... gotta get something like this...
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It does offer the option of network restore, but honestly I couldn't figure out how it worked...

And there's a web-based interface for the unit, but it's quite simple to navigate, and there's no proprietary interface required just to access files.
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Hi!

I read the review and thought that maybe in this community someone can help me. Its really hard to find threads with background information to the TS-201.

Well, my problem is that my TS-201 is not able to handle the user management. I want to give access to a usergroup which should be able to get access to some folders (that works partly - some users have access, some users not!?) and access to the Qdownload-interface (to downloads BTs). But I always get errors which tell that you have to be an administrator.
Why? Is this a bug? Why should just admins have the right to the download-site. The user management wouldn't make any sense, if its just allowed for the admins.

Please report your experiences,
cAge

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