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If you want to install D-Link DNS-323-1TB with data already on them it is unfortunate that this device does not support FAT32 or NTFS drives — meaning pretty much any Windows formatted drive. D-Link DNS-323-1TB you will be adding 1 or 2 hard drives and that will turn it into a network storage device. By default the unit will treat 2 installed hard drives as 2 separate drives for network access.

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Partition sizes can be customised D-Link DNS-323-1TB RAID is used. After the drives have been set-up and formatted, and a user account has been created, the detection utility, which ships with the enclosure, makes it very easy to map the network drive or drives to each computer on the network.

Network drives D-Link DNS-323-1TB show up in Windows Explorer, where files can be transferred to and from the device. Office users may wish to set up group accounts and individual user accounts, as well as disk quota limits, and this can all be easily accomplished through the Web interface.

Home users will love the iTunes server feature, which allows the DNS to be the central D-Link DNS-323-1TB and play point for all music. If the iTunes server is enabled, the DNS will show up in the left-hand pane as a 'shared' D-Link DNS-323-1TB and, when clicked, it will display all the music that's located on it.


However, it was slightly slow on our gigabit-capable Ethernet network, as we achieved a file transfer rate of only 13MBps when copying files from our test PC to the D-Link. Indeed, we used two 1TB Hitachi Deskstar drives in our tests, which the enclosure detected and promptly formatted. To format the drives, we had to log in to the DNS using its Web page interface, from where we were able to select the drive set D-Link DNS-323-1TB.


RAID 1 is the best method for keeping your data safe, should one hard D-Link DNS-323-1TB fail, and faulty drives can be easily removed by pulling on the lever at the rear of the enclosure. Upon selecting the type of setup, the format procedure will commence.

Unfortunately, when using individual disks, the setup doesn't allow for D-Link DNS-323-1TB to be created, so only large, single partitions can be used. Yesterday when I logged into the DNS D-Link DNS-323-1TB shut down the unit, Also, this might be a good time to upgrade from 1TB to 2TB disks - can  DNS and SDD?

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