What OS is Iomega ix4-200d?

We have an Iomega ix4-200d, network attached storage. We are having some issues with backup software. The backup software vendor (Acronis) what to know the content sof the /usr/hddapp/etc/samba file on the Iomega. I'm not even sure the Iomega is running [Li | U]nix, nor am I sure it is even running Samba. My only known interface to the system is via a brower - no command line or internal file hierarchy.

Can anyone advise? Is there a way to see the internal files on this device?
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It's mountable via samba, what network shares are setup via your web browser?

(open the web browser and look at what the network share names are.)

you can then use your username on the device & password to map a directory with samba in linux if you are running linux on the computer you wish to access that share.

Normally people use this drive array for access in windows. You should be able to see the device in network neighborhood if your username/password you are logged in with match a user on the NAS.

so is the computer you are trying to backup with acronis running windows? What version is it running?

Windows 7
      Windows Vista
      Windows XP
      Windows XP x64 Edition
      Mac OS X

These are the compatable OS clients to this box.
are you trying to access this box from a file server?

This might be of help to you in configuring the device as well.
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MarkAuthor Commented:
dbrunton: your 1st link did the trick! I was able to find out the info I needed. Thanks!
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