If you have bought a Synology NAS and are wondering if it is possible to insert your old disks in it, the answer is yes, but you should know that all the data you have on these disks will be lost due to the mandatory formatting required for the DSM operating system. What is DSM? … Read more about Synology: Will DSM Delete All My Data In My Disks?
In today’s article I wanted to inform you of the existence of some Synology archives where you can view and download both old and new versions of Synology packages, or old and new versions of the DSM or SRM operating systems (newer versions appear in the archive before their official release). I used these archives … Read more about Synology Packages, DSM, SRM Versions Archive
For one reason or another, one day you may need to change your Synology Account. The change involves changing your current email to a new email. This operation will cease all activities linked to Synology in the respective account such as DDNS services “synology.me”, the Synology C2 cloud service, QuickConnect ID, so be careful before … Read more about How to Change Your Synology Account
Did you know you can choose the security level of HTTPS encrypted connections on your Synology NAS device? Do you host a WordPress website on your NAS and want to set up appropriate TLS/SSL Profile Level? In this article I will teach you how to change the TLS/SSL profile. STEP 1 Please Support My work … Read more about Synology: Which TLS-SSL Profile Should I Choose?
One of the first things you need to do after creating Volume1 on your Synology NAS is to create a Shared Folder. Shared Folders are the basic directories where you can store and manage files and folders on your Synology NAS device. Before storing any data, you’ll need to create at least one Shared Folder … Read more about Synology: How to Create a Shared Folder