When you have more devices connected to your network, such as a Synology NAS, a computer and a router, knowing how you can see all of them can prove extremely useful. Really, you can’t do without this very important feature that will surely come in handy someday. For example, today I accidentally changed the IP … Read more about Synology: How Can I See All The Devices Connected to My Network?
Has it ever happened to you that Synology Assistant couldn’t find your NAS on the local area network? I’ve found this can happen with Windows 10 and Windows 7. I’ve noticed the problem occur after you just install a Windows update. So if one day Synology Assistant cannot find your NAS on the local area … Read more about Synology Assistant Cannot Find DiskStation on Windows 10
Remote Desktop on Windows can be useful, but you can easily disable it if you want to. In this article I will teach you how to disable the RDP service on Windows 10. What does RDP mean? Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft, which provides a user with a graphical … Read more about How to Disable RDP Service on Windows 10 Pro
If you have a Synology NAS connected to a Windows 10 computer, it might be useful to have the Network icon on your Windows 10 desktop visible at all times. The Network icon on desktop is not visible by default. Although it seems trivial, some people may waste hours trying to find the shortcut. Here … Read more about How to Display The Network Icon in Windows 10
When configuring my firewall on Synology NAS I found it useful to have a quick way to check if the ports I was working with were open or closed. Few people know that an application called PowerShell is included in Windows 10 (by default). Thanks to the command called Test Net Connection (TNC), we can … Read more about Synology: Scanning NAS Ports Using Windows 10