New Quickconnect Account or re-use existing one.

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New Quickconnect Account or re-use existing one.

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As I'm upgrading from 213J to 920+ I wonder should I use my exisisting quickconnect account or create a new one? I'll be wiping the disks and starting clean then restore data from backup after new setup. And, how / where do I change / update the password for the quickconnect account? I like to change passwords periodically.

Also, if down the line I get a 2nd NAS for backup or to separate business from personal, do you need separate quick connect accounts for each? Or does one account cover multiple diskstations. What are the best practices for this?
 
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This way I can get to any device when away from home.

Was gonna post this before, but we’ve been visited by Mom & 3 bear cubs, multiple times today and we keep getting ‘distracted’ !!

(Now that things have cooled down….)
I also decided to change each device to different oddball port numbers also.

I do not forward any ports in router, yet I can access any device via QC. Each with different QC & different port #’s, from pretty much anywhere.
 

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