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Unread 04-06-2008, 10:01 AM   #59
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Default Re: Guardian OS units

One thing you need to be aware of.

The def snap share gives every one root access. I would suggest creating a new share without this everyone having admin rights.

Use the security guides to setup the initial shares and users. I always create a share called users. Then I add users shares to that tree with user only have access to his/her share. This prevents a users from browsing share they to have have access rights to. Any uses with root access cnan browse. This is the resason you want to setup the tree properly. Then you can add a shared drive for all use as needed.

You may also need to setup the Raid5 array before any of this can happen.
1 Snap 4500 - 1.0T (4 x 250gig WD2500SB RE), Raid5,
1 Snap 4500 - 1.6T (4 x 400gig Seagates), Raid5,
1 Snap 4200 - 4.0T (4 x 2gig Seagates), Raid5, Using SATA converts from Andy

Link to SnapOS FAQ's
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