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PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2017 10:32 am 
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Hi all!

Are there any options to set different permissions for subdirectory within a directory?

for example:

Volume1/Ebook (user1, user2)
Volume1/Ebook/anime (user1)
Volume1/Ebook/cookbook (user2)

Thanks your help!


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2017 10:26 am 
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Not that I'm aware of.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 7:54 pm 
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Hi,

Does this also apply to NAS542? And, isn't this kind of awkward? Not just if I want to share something but also when using the FTP client the situation is the same. My example would be as follows:

Vol1/FolderPictures
Vol1/FolderDocuments
Vol1/FolderBackups
Vol1/FolderMP3

I want to share FolderPictures via FTP but only this folder. And I want to mount the entire HD (=all folders) to a windows machine. If I can't use subfolders for the share, I would need to create separate volumes (even if on one and the same HD), mount ALL folders separately to the windows machine and only FolderPictures via the FTP. So I would have 4 mounted drives on the windows machine in the above example.

Is this on purpose like this? Even if the above is true, I have not tried yet to make multiple volumes on one HD and I have no clue how the space allocation will work. I just bought the NAS542 and this may be a reason to return it...

Anyone any idea?

Thanks,
Schronk


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