Well, there are instructions for formatting as NTFS on LaCies support pages for the Network Space
, however it seems it might be a simple copy/paste from a USB attached device.
That's a very nice link. I missed the 'Don't try this at home
' tag on the page. In order to follow the directions you have to connect the disk directly to a Windows box. According to the datasheet
the network space doesn't support this. So you'll have to take the disk out of the enclosure (and void your warranty).
After having followed the directions the network space won't boot anymore, because the on-disk Linux is wiped.
*If* you would ever consider to do something like this, you should *only* reformat the data partition of the disk (which is by far the biggest one). So skip the whole diskpart part, and only use diskmanagerment to reformat that single partition.