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  1. Yes. It should work and it does on regular Synology NAS. Windows SYSTEM is a must if you want roaming profiles to work. Or is there another way?
  2. Hello, I have a problem with Windows ACL's on XPEnoboot 5.2-5644.5. I've joined my xpenology to windows domain and when I try to setup roaming profile share I get an error when giving SYSTEM security principal access rights. The error I get is "Failed to enumerate objects in the container. Access is denied." Did someone get this error? Can it be fixed? On XPEnoboot 5.1-5022 and 5.1-5055 I can add SYSTEM security principal but it disappears when I click apply. No error is given. Best regards Uros
  3. Hello, Thank you for your suggestion. I tried it out and found out that e1000 module isn't the problem because it gets loaded automatically. The problem is in the HDD controller. When I selected IDE in ESXi it installed and started OK. I also tried it on D954GSEJT board with IDE disk and it also installed OK. So I guess the problem are drivers for the SATA . Is there a way to fix this? Best regards
  4. Hello comunity, I'm having problem installing DSM on a older ITX board. It's a Gigabyte board GA-C7V7-RH taken out of a thin client. The onboard CPU is a VIA C7 and supports only 32-bit OS. The onboard hdd controler is VIA 8237R Plus. For this case I used Nanoboot- DSM 5.0-4528 X86 which boots fine but ends with Execution error(I dont know if that is a problem). After booting I start Synology Assistant and I see the device with status not inastalled. I double click the device which takes me to the DSM instalation page. I tell the device to install X86 (DS214play) DSM 5.0-4528 which it does. After 2 reboots, first looks OK, second prior to reboot has trouble unmounting root and it never unmounts but reboots anyway, I get a device with migratable status. Strange thing is that after install I see on DSM instalation page that boot image is 5.0-4482 but synology assistant reports 5.0-4528. I tried the same with 2 other Intel ITX boards D945GCLF2D and D945GSEJT with same results. I also tried it with ESXi, result was the same status migratable. On D945GCLF2D which is 64-bit capable I used 64-bit version and it worked like a charm so I think HW is OK. Any ideas? Best regards