Cannot Delete File Readynas
But it is not possible to just give such access to a specific folder within a shareReplyDeleteKenneth24 January 2012 at 20:06sorry, i meent a Share..i tried that, in CIFS , with Even if that were true, it's the royalties issue they're moaning about; I certainly don’t believe I should pay royalties twice! Report Inappropriate Content Message 10 of 64 (1,983 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos racer8880 Aspirant Posts: 6 Registered: 2009-01-31 Re: Unable to delete folder on NAS Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe It is more Windows and networking I'm not so fluent in. Source
Using the method does not require groups or other permissions to be specified. Useful links: Sending Logs|My ReadyNAS Gear|FAQ|Hardware Compatibility List|Docs: Setup Guide, Manual|Downloads|Unofficial Tips|GPL|MDGM on Twitter|MDGM's Unofficial GuidesNB: A ReadyNas is not an excuse not to have a backup. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Access can only be restricted at the share level rather than at the "folders-within-a-share" level. Homepage
Readynas Unable To Delete Files
Thanks for clarifying that.I should have found out about that before I bought the NAS. Useful links: Sending Logs|My ReadyNAS Gear|FAQ|Hardware Compatibility List|Docs: Setup Guide, Manual|Downloads|Unofficial Tips|GPL|MDGM on Twitter|MDGM's Unofficial GuidesNB: A ReadyNas is not an excuse not to have a backup. Is this the concept of private home shares?
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- I checked the 2 boxes for:- Set ownership and permission for existing files...- Grant rename and delete privileges to non-owners of filesBut that alone didn't work.
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- In both /shares/media/ and /shares/backup, I get the permissions error in explorer.
- In the dialog box that appears when selecting that tab (see below) ensure the group and everyone rights are set to read/write and check the option "Set ownership and permission for
- Can anyone suggest anything?
- The files/folder causing the issue were created *before* you applied the above settings and so the permission settings were not appropriate at the time and have not been corrected since.
If you are unsure you can use the program Process Explorer to determine which program process has a lock on the file or folder. Report Inappropriate Content Message 2 of 7 (573 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos GaWd Aspirant Posts: 61 Registered: 2011-04-01 Re: Readynas Duo (SPARC), unable to delete files in Windows Mark as Therefore you must organise your data so that the data you plan to give your family access to is in a specific share. I have this model: NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo RND2150 500GB.
In FTP I receive an 'access denied' and with HTTPS I see that 0 files and directories are deleted.This is the case with a 'normal' user account, member of the 'user' Readynas Firmware You have helped me sort my problem out after hours of frustration.Thank you.RegardsAndyReplyDeleteGaz13 March 2012 at 19:12Hi I have a question.I have a folder called clients which is set up for Go into the Shares section on the web interface Click on the share name with your data(450GB) A sub menu will show - click on Settings In there is a Go useful source Will have a good read and download hopefully later on today and will keep you posted.
Cheers Report Inappropriate Content Message 1 of 6 (766 Views) Labels: Other Discussions Model: Everyone's Tags: deletepermissions See All (2) Reply 1 Kudo JennC NETGEAR Moderator Posts: 857 Registered: 2015-06-25 Re: Report Inappropriate Content Message 13 of 64 (541 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos howardg1 Aspirant Posts: 55 Registered: 2008-10-14 Re: Unable to delete folder on NAS Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe If I try the admin account, the share 'media' is unvisible in FTP. I will be returning home on Friday, so I can try it this weekend.
Once done the box is unchecked so that you may perform the action again if needed - it doesn't stay checked.So disconnect and reconnect to your NAS and (hopefully) you issue Why didn't you use private home shares?ReplyDeletesphardy28 July 2011 at 22:14You can access media in 2 ways: 1) by accessing via a standard protocol such as CIFS or AFP, in which Readynas Unable To Delete Files NETGEAR SupportReadyNAS OS 6 Downloads & Documentation | ReadyCLOUD FAQ | ReadyNAS Backup FAQ / Sending LogsHarddisk Compatibility List | Apps Report Inappropriate Content Message 25 of 64 (418 Views) Model: For example when you delete a file that file is probably still somewhere in a snapshots and so uses up space.
I'm going to try to replicate the problem so that I can figure out exactly what went wrong. this contact form Subsequent attempts are fruitless and I receive the above message about Unix User\root needing to give me permission.This is all done while authenticated as admin through the Explorer interface. Then I noticed that the "read-only" attribute was selected and, after un-doing that, I had complete control over the folder. Report Inappropriate Content Message 3 of 6 (2,971 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos BMWBig61 Aspirant Posts: 10 Registered: 2010-03-25 Re: Strange - Cannot Delete Files or Folders in Shares Mark as
Is that normal? -For example, the 'reset' option IS available for the 'Films' shared folderCheers Report Inappropriate Content Message 3 of 6 (752 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos JennC NETGEAR Moderator Check the ReadyNAS' user interface and look in there how you can prune snapshots, or keep them at a reasonable size. 0 LVL 24 Overall: Level 24 Networking 7 Storage Kind regards, BrianL NETGEAR Community Team Report Inappropriate Content Message 6 of 6 (735 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Discussion Stats have a peek here Report Inappropriate Content Message 3 of 7 (573 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos StephenB Guru Posts: 26,638 Registered: 2015-07-16 Re: Readynas Duo (SPARC), unable to delete files in Windows Mark as
Go into the Shares section on the web interface Click on the share name with your data(450GB) A sub menu will show - click on Settings In there is a 'Continuous I also gave NAS/admin full control over the folder and all its subfiles and folders. After installing Process Explorer you can use the Find menu then select the File Handle or DLL option (ctrl-F) and type in the name of the file or folder name and
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That should get you back to the usual web interface.You can also try resetting the file/folder owners and permissions by clicking on the "advanced options" tab. I noticed that it was tagged as read only so unchecked that option and clicked apply. At that point, click the radio for "Guest" and connect. Join Now | Log In | Help Using your ReadyNAS turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results
The folder owner and group settings shown are the defaults, but largely irrelevant if "everyone rights" are being set to Read/Write as shown in the example. All of the examples posted relate to CIFS access, but the settings apply equally to AFP and FTP access. I have not used the "Backup Now" feature. Check This Out Are you saying: - If you've paid the royalty once, you are not obliged to pay it again (i.e.
After I de-selected this attribute I was able to delete the files and folders. When authenticated as Admin, I am unable to delete files from Windows Explorer*. Also note that pressing the 'up arrow' key cycles through the prevous commands you have typed; very handy. Start a New Discussion New to the community?
Join Now | Log In | Help ProSECURE STM and UTM Discussion turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your Whenever Ben/Admin try the only options available are copy,browse and recover -Pic showing no delete/move options This isn't affecting most folders/files, just a select few. Is this a permission issue?