QNAP

QTS 5.0.x

Editing Shared Folder Permissions

  1. Go to Control Panel > Privilege > Shared Folders > Shared Folder.
  2. Locate a shared folder.
  3. Under Action, click .

    The Edit Shared Folder Permission window appears.

  4. Under Select permission type, select a permission type to edit.
  5. Perform any of the following tasks.

    Permission Type

    Description

    User Action

    Users and groups permission

    Edit user and user group permissions for shared folders that can be accessed through Windows, macOS, FTP, and File Station.

    1. Specify permissions for each user and user group.

    2. Optional: Add a user to the list of users with permissions for the shared folder.

      1. Click Add.

        The Select users and groups window appears.

      2. Select the type of user or user group from the drop-down menu in the upper left.

      3. Specify the permissions for the users you want to add.

      4. Click Add.

        QTS adds the users and their corresponding permissions to the list.

    3. Optional: Remove a user from the list of users with permissions for the shared folder.

      1. Click the user you want to remove.

      2. Click Remove.

        QTS removes the user from the list.

    4. Optional: Modify guest access rights.

      Under Guest Access Right, select the permission type for guest accounts.

    NFS host access

    Edit NFS host access rights for shared folders.

    1. Select Access right to enable NFS access rights.

      Note:

      You can't select this for folders mounted by HybridMount using SMB file protocol. These folders do not support NFS host access. However, you can still access the NFS host access page.

    2. Under Host / IP / Network, enter an IP address or domain name.

    3. Optional: Add an NFS host.

      Under Allowed IP Address or Domain Name, click Add.

      QTS adds an entry to the list.

    4. Optional: Delete an NFS host.

      1. Select an NFS host from the list.

      2. Click Delete.

    Microsoft Networking host access

    Specify which computers can access shared folders through Microsoft Networking.

    1. Add a Microsoft Networking host.

      1. Click Add.

        QTS adds an entry to the list.

      2. Under Host / IP / Network, enter an IP address or domain name.

    2. Optional: Delete a Microsoft Networking host.

      1. Select a Microsoft Networking host from the list.

      2. Click Delete.

  6. Click Apply.