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  1. DSM 5.2-5967 Update 5

    If you do the auto update, you should get update 6, and that has been confirmed working OK on my boxes (HP miniservers).
  2. DSM 5.2-5967 Update 5

    @macovsky You should be able to "automagickly" update using the control panel gui, but if you want to do it manually, you download the .pat file (the 23MB file), the .md5 file is just the md5 checksum file, that yoyu can use to verify your download.
  3. DSM 5.2-5967 Update 6

    3 HP N54L and 1 N40L updated and verified OK. Manually rebooted 2 of them, as I had to do some cablemanagement, and no problems so far.
  4. @huxmut: That sounds like a "too good to be true" price, if you compare withe the prices given here. https://marketplace.hpe.com/category?catId=18964&reqCatId=332279&catlevelmulti=18964_72366_5293333_332279&country=US&locale=en Where did you buy your key, and how many years are your license valid? Edit: 2.55 is out now.
  5. Another heads up in regards to this ... http://pingtool.org/latest-hp-ilo-firmwares/
  6. N36L not taking disk 2-4

    Do you have one of the "modded" BIOS versions? All ports set as AHCI?
  7. N36L not taking disk 2-4

    DSM6x do not support SHR "out of the box".
  8. My Nas not appear in network location

    @Water Make sure the below services are enabled and set to Automatic on your computer:Computer BrowserDHCP ClientDNS ClientNetwork ConnectionsNetwork Location AwarenessRemote Procedure Call (RPC)ServerTCP/IP Netbios helperWorkstation SSDP Discovery UPnP Device Host btw: could you post a picture, like the other one, showing exactely how your computer is showing the icons? and another, showing how your Fileservices/SMB is configured yon your XPE box?
  9. My Nas not appear in network location

    There you might have your problem, do NOT use "Public".
  10. My Nas not appear in network location

    @Water is your network configured as "Privat", "Work" or "Public" ? And is your "Network discovery" enabled on your computer ?
  11. Is all the RAM listed in your BIOS ?
  12. Remote Folders

    @MajorGrunt that's strange... I'm not currently using VideoStation, but I'm using both Plexserver and Logitech MediaServer on my "MediaBox", pointing to remote shares on 2 different "NAS-only" boxes. All of them running 5.2. The MediaBox is running as a VM on a G8, and the NAS boxes are N54L, running bare-metal. All of my mediaplayers, Plex/Kodi/SqueezeBox etc. is having no problem accessing the "remote" mediafiles. Do you have a setting in Video Station where you define the mounted folders, and have you given VideoStation permission to those? Something like this. You may need to add the mounted folders to the indexed folders. Edit: Seems like other people have been "fighting" with VideoStation and this problem. https://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?f=222&t=100126 look at the reply from Syno in the last post...
  13. Remote Folders

    Yes, if you mount the remote shares into a local shared folder. Let's say I make a local "Media" folder, and share it with the intended users, with any restrictions I want, and then inside that folder I map remote shares, like "Photo", "Music", "Movies" etc. (im 6.x you can easily map NFS shares as well as CIFS/SMB) Just make sure you set the file/folder permissions correct, and this wont be a problem.
  14. DLNA problem

    CIFS or NFS shares ?
  15. HP ML350 G5

    That sounds like a way different use than as a NAS, as XPEnology is supposed to be. There might be some Syno packages that could be used, but if this will be the "only" thing your server will be used for, maybe IPFire would be what you are looking for?