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Looking for a NAS with users and permissions

Posted on 2008-10-27
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I am looking for a NAS but I need something that does users and some way to set permissions to each folder. Also something user friendly like the WD NAS,

Any suggestions?
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Yea Buffalo has a number of solutions that work great. We just setup a LinkStation Pro Duo" and it is great.
They also have a LinkStation Pro" that shoudl work well on the lower end. On the higher end they have the TeraStation" line. More storage, more professional features and more money. All of them are great products.
Here is a link:
http://www.buffalotech.com/products/network-storage/
 
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Great. How does the user name and passwords work? I have an office with 10 people, will each person need to enter their info each time they want to access the drive?
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It is like logging onto a Windows Share. The login is persistant, and can even be stored so that all they have to do is login to the computer.
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