[Answer ID: 14548]

Access Restrictions

Created 07/30/2012 08:10  |   Updated 08/28/2014 07:22
Four ways to set an access restriction to the TeraStation
An access restriction should be used depending on your environment.
  1. By registering users/groups on the TeraStation manually to enable an access restriction.
  2. By making use of the user/group for the Active Directory to enable an access restriction
    An individual account management on the TeraStation is not required.
    A centrally managed account information in the Active Directory makes it much easier to introduce and manage the entire system consisting of more than one TeraStation.
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  3. By making use of the user/group for the NT domain to enable an access restriction
    An individual account management on the TeraStation is not required.
    A centrally managed account information in the NT domain makes it much easier to introduce and manage the entire system consisting of more than one TeraStation.
  4. By making use of users for an external SMB server to enable an access restriction
    An automatic registration is possible. A centrally managed account information in the external SMB server makes it much easier to introduce and manage the entire system consisting of more than one TeraStation.
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