network storage

I have never used a network storage device

im thinking can i controll a network storage device like folder persmissions, and i want to have quota for folders
is it possible?
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Most NAS servers allow the NAS server to join the domain and be treated like a normal file server, with control of permissions, quotas etc. Windows based NAS servers are the most compatible with Windows domains & functionality, but are usually a bit more pricey than Linux based ones.
Leon FesterSenior Solutions ArchitectCommented:
Yes folder restrictions/quota as standard features amongst NAS servers these days.
Have a look at Their systems can easily be combined in a hetreogenous network, can be integrated into AD or configured in a workgroup as it does have it's own management system.
We use Snap devices on our networks and they perform extremely well.

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