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All NAS OS devices feature a browser-based administration tool. Launch NAS OS to manage storage, users, shares, and much more.
There are two ways to access NAS OS:
See Seagate Network Assistant for instructions on software installation.
Launch an Internet browser and type the default address for the NAS OS device:
You can also type your NAS's IP address in the browser's URL (web address) field. For example: http://[IP- address]. The IP address may be found in Seagate Network Assistant (see Seagate Network Assistant).
The first time you go to NAS OS, complete the Authentication and Timezone fields.
In subsequent logins, enter your username and password, then choose Log on.
For added security, choose Switch to HTTPS at the NAS OS login.
If a user has forgotten his password, it can be recovered if the administrator has:
If the above conditions have been met, the administrator and/or user can follow the steps below to recover a password:
To restart or put the NAS into deep sleep mode, select the power button icon on the top right of NAS OS and choose:
Note: Shut down your NAS only when it is not being accessed.
To log out of NAS OS, choose the log out button.
The NAS OS homepage includes:
An administrator can make changes to settings on all NAS OS pages. To make the Edit pull-down menu or configuration icon visible, pass the cursor to the right of the setting or option.