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The unit's cooling is provided primarily by a single 70mm fan, and it automatically adjusts its speed depending on CPU, hard disk and ambient NAS temperature. During use, we found it quiet enough to go unnoticed in an office environment, but you'll want to position it carefully at home - the constant hum QNAP TS-259Pro+ TurboNAS the fan accompanied by the regular shriek of hard-drive activity can be distracting in a quiet room.

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The hardware's ticking many of the right boxes, and QNAP's extensive feature list is about as impressive as it gets. Data security is well catered for, with support for AES bit volume-based encryption, a dual-OS DOM design, and a comprehensive range of backup solutions including; cloud-based storage via Amazon S3, Windows NetBak Replicator, encrypted remote replication, one-touch copy to external drives and full support for Apple Time Machine. Select to hide or show the network drive, enable or disable oplocks, folder path, comment, restrict the access of Recycle Bin to administrators files can only be recovered by administrators from the Network Recycle Bin ,enable or disable write-only access on FTP connection, folder encryption, and synchronization.

Folder Permissions Edit folder permissions and subfolder permissions. QNAP TS-259Pro+ TurboNAS Refresh the shared folder details. The folder name will be shown on the left and the users with configured access rights are shown in the panel.

You can also specify guest access rights on the bottom of the panel. Click "Add" to select more users and user QNAP TS-259Pro+ TurboNAS and specify their access rights to the folder.


Click "Add" to confirm. Click "Remove" to remove any configured permissions. You can select multiple items by holding the Ctrl key and left clicking the mouse.

Click "Apply" to save the settings. Subfolder Permissions The NAS supports subfolder permissions for secure management of the folders and subfolders.

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To configure subfolder permissions, follow the steps below: Select a root folder, for example Dept, and click "Folder Permissions". The shared folder name and its first-level subfolders are shown on the left. The users with configured access rights are shown in the panel, with special permission below. Double click the first-level subfolders to view the second-level subfolders. Select the root folder Dept. Click "Add" when QNAP TS-259Pro+ TurboNAS have finished the settings.

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Specify other permissions settings below the folder permissions panel. Specify to grant full or read only access or deny guest access.

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Specify the owner of the folder. By default, the folder owner is the creator.

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Qfile allows you to access, upload, download, manage, and share QNAP TS-259Pro+ TurboNAS files easily as if you are carrying tons of files in your pocket. Qmanager lets you monitor and manage the TS Pro remotely and efficiently without turning on a PC.


Simply visit the setup portal start. All settings can be flexibly changed at a later time after the installation.

The simplified system setup process and the friendly-designed graphical user interface enable anyone to easily build up a business private cloud even without IT expertise. The TS Pro has flexible and diverse features, but is simple to use. Moving back to the TS Pro+ by QNAP specs-wise it comes with a GHz dual-core Intel Atom processor, 1GB DDR3 RAM and MB of onboard flash memory so this particular mid/high-end model QNAP TS-259Pro+ TurboNAS not what I'd recommend to home users (for home use the TSP II is more suitable/cheaper) since this particular model also. The Qnap TS Pro+ Turbo NAS is a 2-Bay Network Attached Storage enclosure.

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It has room for QNAP TS-259Pro+ TurboNAS " or " SATA hard disk drives. The TS Pro+ features an Intel Atom GHz dual core processor and 1GB memory. It has RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD and single disk management.

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