How to set up Terramaster time machine backup
First Step: To Set Up Time Machine
1. Go to TOS desktop> Backup > Time Machine > Settings
2. Check “Enable Time Machine Service”
3. Set “Backup Path”
4. Enter the storage space limitation for Time Machine. If you need more space, you can enter 0 (indicating no limitation);
5. Set “Authorized User”. Users who are not on the “Authorized User” list will not be able to use this feature;
6. Click “Apply”.
If you want to view the backup list, please go to TOS Desktop> Backup> Time Machine> Backup List. You can check the backup data size, date, and delete the backup file. If you want to delete a backup, check the backup name and click “Delete”.
1. Factory settings have Time Machine disabled by default;
2. Backup Path: This refers to the folder allocated to Time Machine backup;
3. Authorized User: Only authorized users have the right to use the backup function of the TNAS Time Machine.
Map Network Drive On MacOS
Map network drive on macOS
- In Finder, click Go > Connect to Server from the menu bar.
- In the Server Address field, enter your Terramaster NAS device’s IP address. You can find it in the web browser URL bar when accessing admin panel.
- Click Connect to continue.
- Enter your DSM user name and password in the Name and Password fields. Then click Connect.
- Now you should be able to see the shared folders on your NAS in Finder.
To Set Up Time Machine on your Mac:
1. Open System Preferences on Mac Desktop> Time Machine;
2. Select TNAS as the backup disk;
3. Select “Registered User” at “Connect As”, then enter your TNAS username and password.
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