When trying to connect, the app displays a message:
Connection fail. Check your network settings and try again.
The solution to this is that next to port 5000 and 5001, the port 6690 also has to be opened to the Synology NAS. If this port is not opened, the Windows app will fail.
The Android and iOS apps will work with just port 5000 (or 5001 if SSL is selected).
With a new install as a virtual server, Ubuntu repeatedly displays the error:
print_req_error: I/O error, dev fd0, sector 0
The reason is the virtual server does not have a floppy drive. To resolve:
# sudo rmmod floppy
# echo “blacklist floppy” | tee /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-floppy.conf
# sudo dpkg-reconfigure initramfs-tools
The message should now be gone for good.
SNMP is still available, but now it can be found under:
“Start” –> “Settings” –> “Apps” –> “Apps & Features” –> “Manage optional Features” –> “Add a Feature”
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When planning for a new Active Directory (AD) or upgrade AD, or merging AD one of the topics that will get on the table is planning DNS. DNS is the Domain Naming system, used to translate names into network (IP) addresses. Certainly this is the case if you need to plan for integration with an extranet, DMZ (demilitarized zone, typically between intranet and internet), or publishing website and applications
Read More “Active Directory: Best Practices for Internal Domain and Network Names”
After reading these tips, you’ll learn how to do this with your photo scans:
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