DSM 7.0 Record File Access Time Frequency cannot be found

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DSM 7.0 Record File Access Time Frequency cannot be found

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Whenever I open Snapshot Replication it gives me the following pop-up:

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Unless I am going totally blind, in the Storage Manager this option is nowhere to be seen. The two use cases it mentions are not relevant to me, so I would like to set this option to "Never", but it is nowhere to be found...! Help please?!
 
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I have finally worked it out.

In DSM 6, [Storage Manager -> Volume -> Actions -> Configure] gives you access to the "Record file access time frequency".
In DSM 7, [Storage Manager -> Volume -> THREE SNEAKY LITTLE DOTS ON THE RIGHT -> Settings] gives you access.
131
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Mobile operating system
  1. Android
I have finally worked it out.

In DSM 6, [Storage Manager -> Volume -> Actions -> Configure] gives you access to the "Record file access time frequency".
In DSM 7, [Storage Manager -> Volume -> THREE SNEAKY LITTLE DOTS ON THE RIGHT -> Settings] gives you access.
 
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I've still got it set to 'Daily' and must have ticked to hide that message. I think someone with a better idea on this is needed. The message explicitly says it's related to replication.
 
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Is there any recommendations on whether to leave record file access time off, daily, or monthly? I turned it off on one of my nas' and left it daily on another. I do not see any difference, particular to the storage analyzer app as mentioned in the help documentations.
 
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