Congratulations on your purchase of Seagate Business Storage featuring Seagate NAS OS. Designed to satisfy the data sharing and backup needs of small, medium, and branch offices, Seagate NAS OS is an intuitive interface accessible to a wide range of administrators. Additionally, NAS OS offers a rich set of collaborative and data protection tools to help manage your content.
The default Home Page in NAS OS 4.2 has been replaced by the App Button, located in the top left corner of the screen and available at all times while browsing the NAS OS Webboard.
When logging into your NAS OS device, it will now default to the Filebrowser for immediate access to your files. The App Button can then be used to access all the apps you use (such as the Device Manager and Backup Manager) with just a few easy clicks.
The Filebrowser itself has been substantially updated to include drag and drop folder uploads, added Advanced Settings for a more personalized experience, and other improvements to functionality and performance.
NAS OS 4.3 also introduces a new method for accessing your Seagate NAS OS device remotely. The Seagate Access service is available to access your device using Sdrive, and this service’s functionality has been enhanced to include a Web Manager that can be accessed both locally and remotely. The Web Manager lists any NAS OS device added to your new or existing Seagate Access account, giving you easy access using any web browser with Internet access using the following web link:
See NAS OS 4.3 New Features for further information on features added to NAS OS 4.
Among the many features added to NAS OS 4.2, experienced administrators will notice a new look to the interface as well as a critical update to NAS management: apps. Core NAS OS 3 features have been divided into default apps for NAS OS 4.2:
The administrator can add new apps to the Seagate NAS device using the all-new App Manager.
See NAS OS 4.2 New Features for further information on features added to NAS OS 4.
This manual will guide you through the process of configuring NAS OS on your Seagate NAS and assist you in troubleshooting any issues that might arise. If you encounter problems, check Getting Help and the Seagate support page. Note that most problems can be resolved by resetting the product to factory conditions (see NAS OS Rescue and Repair ).