Mount a network drive on a Qnap from another NAS
- Press “” and choose “Create remote connection”.
2. Choose Microsoft Networking.
3. Type in IP address of the NAS you want to add. Then type in username and password of remote NAS. And then select a folder to mount.
4. A new connection will appear under your local folder tree. You can browse through the remote folders and copy data as you wish.
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