NAS device on my network

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If I have a NAS device connected to my network can everyone access it? Is there security?

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I think it need to be integrated/auth. into the network
you need to put the login ID and password
also if I remember correctly you need to create shared access folder on the network
but folder itself need to be created/located on the NAS

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  • jinteik
    in NAS, you can put passwords to access the folder just like windows authentication. so u can create the user ID and even group them into groups.
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  • Gabe9527
    Your best bet would be to check out the Installation documentation to intergrate the NAS with your Active Directory or other authentication Authority.
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