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Tutorial Newbies - Your first NAS, part 1

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Tutorial Newbies - Your first NAS, part 1

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Newbies - Your first NAS, part 1 - Tutorial for newbies in NAS environment - how to avoid mistakes

This guide can help you (NAS Newbies) to save your investment and time to purchase of Network Attached Storage (NAS). If you are experienced, then do not waste your time with reading this post, maybe your comments are appreciated. This thread can help everyone, when principal question will be placed to this forum.

1. The NAS is a kind of server connected to a computer network (or internet) providing data access to users.
If you are not familiar with basic about servers, networks...

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