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    George Strickroth

    I’ve installed ENAS, and created a Volume.
    ENAS and the Volume are visible when I display the Networks (Windows 8.1), but when I attempt to copy a file into the Volume I receive a permissions error.

    I created a User in ENAS (George) which is the user also on Win8.1.

    How do I enable/change the permissions for George on ENAS?

    Thanks for any help. GREAT program.

    #10008 Reply
    Haresh Veera

    Hi George,
    U also need to enable Samba share and need to create an share folder linked to your Volume.You also need to create User for Samba share and need to grant read,write permission to that folder.
    Than on your Windows PC, go to run,type your NAS path eg. \\easynas\ , hit enter, you will see Created share folder and a popup forasking for entering username and password, enter the same what you have given on esynas user creation,it will allow you to access now..
    Sorry for worse English language..
    But I think you had understood.

    #10010 Reply

    you need both username + password of EasyNAS and windows to be the same

    #11266 Reply

    HI there, i have done everything that Haresh has said about setting this up, my windows 10 pc can find the folder, but when i tried to move some files over it says i don’t have the permission to do that.

    I am using version EasyNAS-0.8.0

    what am i doing wrong?

    #11319 Reply
    Kim Moreau

    Well i guess this NAS is dead, too bad.

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