lochwinnoch wrote:Oh - additional. I also can't update the firmware. I've tried a few ways, even via QNAP Finder, but it looks like it can't copy the files - it gets stuck at 10% for ages, then switches to 1% before I cancelled it (as it was 15 mins hanging).
Current loaded firmware is 3.5.2 Build 1126T
When losing one disk from a RAID 5 (or two disks from a RAID 6) the RAID is considered degraded but still functional and not read only.pwilson wrote:If RAID has kicked a drive out of the array, your NAS will be running in "degraded mode", and it will be read-only.
lochwinnoch wrote:I cannot update the NAS firmware - gets to c. 10% hangs and eventually stops (via QNAP finder - via NAS upload or auto-update does not work either).
schumaku wrote:It's preerable not using the credentials manager, and create accounts with the same username and password as on the Windows system(s), and grant the access to the shares accordingly.
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