QNAP Turbo NAS Software User Manual

Domain Security

Domain Security

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The NAS supports user authentication by local access right management, Microsoft Active Directory (Windows Server 2003/2008/2012), and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory. By joining the NAS to an Active Directory or a LDAP directory, the AD or LDAP users can access the NAS using their own accounts without extra user account setup on the NAS.

No domain security: Only the local users can access the NAS.
Active Directory authentication (domain members): Join the NAS to an Active Directory. The domain users can be authenticated by the NAS. After joining the NAS to an AD domain, both the local NAS users and AD users can access the NAS via the following protocols/services:
oSamba (Microsoft Networking)
oAFP
oFTP
oFile Station
LDAP authentication: Connect the NAS to an LDAP directory. The LDAP users can be authenticated by the NAS. After connecting the NAS to an LDAP directory, either the local NAS users or the LDAP users can be authenticated to access the NAS via Samba (Microsoft Networking). Both the local NAS users and LDAP users can access the NAS via the following protocols/services:
oAFP
oFTP
oFile Station

 


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