[solved] User rights on TS-209

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[solved] User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 05, 2009 5:16 am

I just updated my firmware in my TS-209 to version 3.1 build 0708, but have had many problems with my user rights! Before everything work as i should.

When I had complications suffered back and forth, I chosed to do a reinstall of the entire NAS! But still I could not get the rights to the users to operate. Either everyone have access to the share or nobody??

Is there a guide to how I put each user on my NAS? I need FTP and login via Windows XP / Vista!

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by QNAPFrances » Mon Oct 05, 2009 4:33 pm

Hi MaBoNi ,

Have you saved the settings before you upgraded FW?
If yes, could you pls try to restore the settings to see if the problem can be solved ?

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 05, 2009 11:53 pm

No I don't have the backup...

I can tell you a little bit about the setup!

Microsoft Networking = Disable
Apple Networking = Disable
NFS Service = Disable
FTP Service = Enable
Web Server = Enable

Why can't I just run a SAMBA server??

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by QNAPFrances » Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:57 am

MaBoNi wrote:Microsoft Networking = Disable
Apple Networking = Disable
NFS Service = Disable
FTP Service = Enable
Web Server = Enable

Why can't I just run a SAMBA server??


Hi MaBoNi,

You did not enable "Microsoft Networking" (SAMBA) function to Standalone Server, could you pls enable it and try to access via Windows XP / Vista again?

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Frances

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 12, 2009 1:24 am

I have done that now (had already tried it)

But how do I set up the user rights??

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 12, 2009 4:20 pm

When I select Access Right Management - Share Folders and then select the "Access Right" button.. In that menu there is a option "Guest Access Right", What is the proper setting for that one? And what is the difference?

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by petur » Mon Oct 12, 2009 4:42 pm

When you allow Guest access, anybody can access the files (as guest), no authentication required.
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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:11 pm

petur wrote:When you allow Guest access, anybody can access the files (as guest), no authentication required.


Yes I could guess, but when I put DENY ACCESS no one can enter the share ... And by FULL ACCESS anyone can get access??

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by petur » Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:15 pm

if you deny guest access, it simply means every access must be authorized (user/password)
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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:34 pm

petur wrote:if you deny guest access, it simply means every access must be authorized (user/password)


YES, but although I have given the user the rights he/she do not have access to the share!

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:38 pm

You are welcome to give the setup a try.... I run TeamViewer (http://www.teamviewer.com/download/TeamViewer_Setup.exe) so you can try taking over my desktop....

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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by petur » Mon Oct 12, 2009 10:49 pm

if username, password and workgroup match, there should be no problem accessing the share (provided the user has rights to the share). Are the username and password the same on NAS and PC, or different. Windows tries to connect with current username/password first, so having them the same can help a lot.

PS: I'm not QNAP and am not interested in accessing your system. QNAP support does that....
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Re: User rights on TS-209

Post by MaBoNi » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:12 pm

I (with some help from the QNAP MSN support) have found the error... I had set the deny option to every folder for the "everybody"-group polici :oops:

Thx for help everybody....

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