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Network-attached storage (NAS) is file-level computer data storage connected to a computer network providing data access to heterogeneous clients.

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I'd take a look at the MTU size (sometimes called Jumbo Frames) on both the NAS and the Windows client making the copy along with any network devices between the two systems. This frame size can … improve network performance between two system dramatically. Without knowing the exact NIC card driver and NAS hardware it makes it hard to give specific on how to change it. Changing the MTU size is …
answered Sep 11 '13 by Michael McGarrah
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Another user had a similar question. The easiest answer is to remove the drives and format them on a another computer. I do not see a way to guarantee the data scrubbing remotely with this unit rem …
answered Sep 11 '13 by Michael McGarrah
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I wish I had 50 reputation because I'd just agree with the above answer by Darth Android. You don't hit issues with CPU/Memory generally until you hit 10Gbps networks and that is when you start addin …
answered Sep 9 '13 by Michael McGarrah
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You specifically mentioned FreeNAS and you have ZFS available to you. I'd use RAID-Z and you will get the advantages of ZFS. This is what I'm doing for a development test server with 3 x 3TB drives sl …
answered Sep 9 '13 by Michael McGarrah
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Without knowing more about the NAS device and the driver I only have one idea that you can try. Please try to enable the "Quick removal" feature for your network drive. Click Start Right click on …
answered Aug 21 '13 by Michael McGarrah
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DLNA support is what you need between these systems. It is a standard for streaming media. You will need to verify your MyBook NAS has DLNA / UPnP Support in the firmware you have installed on it or …
answered Sep 11 '13 by Michael McGarrah
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Here are some settings might have an impact on what you are reporting. Something to consider is the MTU size or what are called Jumbo Frames. Hardwired full-duplex is another thing you might want to …
answered Sep 9 '13 by Michael McGarrah
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if it is on a single disk. We see this on the Seagate NAS as well. Your partition table should look like this: Unallocated space. (This space is used to store individual system specific data, such …
answered Sep 11 '13 by Michael McGarrah