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Using quota on Synology NAS

Using quota on Synology NAS is a very effective way to control who can store how much data on a specific volume or in a shared folder. Depending on the file systems of your volume, a Synology NAS offers different ways to set quota.

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USB Copy – datasheet

USB Copy lets copy files and folders between a DiskStation and a USB or SD storage device, in both directions. The DiskStation identifies the USB drive and can start a task assigned to that drive. A task can start automatically or manually from DSM or after pressing the hardware Copy button on specific NAS models.

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Note Station – datasheet

Note Station is a note-taking and to-do list application that synchronizes your notes between your system. The NAS operates as the central hub for storage and synchronization plus a web-based client. You can use a dedicated app on your computer and mobile devices. When working offline, your notes are synchronized when you reconnect.

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Synology Photos – datasheet

Synology Photos is a photo and video management application. It can operate in Personal Space or Shared Space.
Albums help to organize your images. Other features in Synology Photos are filtering, search, rating, and sharing.

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Using VPN With Synology NAS

Using VPN with Synology NAS teaches you to set up a VPN connection between a VPN client and a Synology NAS that hosts a VPN server. This instruction focuses on a VPN connection based on the OpenVPN standard, and this standard combines a good level of security with ease of installation.

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VPN Server – datasheet

The VPN Server package creates a VPN Server on your Synology DiskStation, and it allows VPN remote access into the DiskStation from any VPN client. The VPN Server supports PPTP, OpenVPN, and L2TP/IPSec connections.