[Answer ID: 13609]

Creating a Virus Quarantine Folder before activating Virus Check function.

Created 09/29/2011 06:14  |   Updated 02/03/2012 05:54

After installing antivirus software, create a quarantine folder for files detected by the virus scan.

  1. Open the TeraStation's Web Admin interface.
    In NAS Navigator2, right-click (for a Mac, click while holding down the Control key) the TeraStation icon and select [Open Web setting]. The Web Admin interface will open.

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    These examples show a TS-XL TeraStation. Your TeraStation's icon may be different.

  2. Enter your username and password, then click [Login].
    The default username is "admin" and the default password is "password".

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  3. In the Web Admin interface, click [Shared Folders]-[Folder Setup]-[Create Folder].

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  4. Configure the desired settings, then click [Save].

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    The following settings are recommended for the quarantine folder.
    [Folder Mode (SMB Only)] : [Hide Share]
    [Recycle Bin] : [Enable]
    [Access Restrictions] : [Read & Write]*        (*For administrator only)


    -If the quarantine folder is deleted or the RAID configuration is changed, a shared folder named "TMNAS" is automatically created as a quarantine folder. Folder attributes, recycle bin, and access restrictions use the setting above.

You have created a quarantine folder.



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