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Share Folders

You can create multiple network shares on the NAS and specify the access rights of the users and user groups to the shares.

The number of network shares you can create on the NAS varies according to the NAS models. If your NAS models are not listed, please visit http://www.qnap.com for details.

Maximum number of network shares

NAS models


TS-110, TS-210, TS-112, TS-119, TS-119P+, TS-212, TS-219P+, TS-410, TS-239 Pro II+, TS-259 Pro+


TS-412, TS-419P+, TS-410U, TS-419U, TS-412U, TS-419U+, SS-439 Pro, SS-839 Pro, TS-439 Pro II+, TS-459U-RP/SP, TS-459U-RP+/SP+, TS-459 Pro+, TS-459 Pro II, TS-559 Pro+, TS-559 Pro II, TS-659 Pro+, TS-659 Pro II, TS-859 Pro+, TS-859U-RP, TS-859U-RP+, TS-809 Pro, TS-809U-RP, TS-879 Pro, TS-1079 Pro, TS-879U-RP, TS-EC879U-RP, TS-1279U-RP, TS-EC1279U-RP

On the folder list, you can view the current data size, number of sub-folders and files created in the network share, and the folder status (hidden or not).

1. To create a network share, click “New Share Folder”.

2. Click “Next”.

3. Enter the folder settings.
Folder name: Enter the share name. The share name does not support ” / \ [ ] : ; | = , + * ? < > ` ‘
Hide Folder: Select to hide the network share or not in Microsoft Networking. When a network share is hidden, you have to enter the complete directory \\NAS_IP\share_name to access the share.
Lock file (oplocks): Opportunistic locking is a Windows mechanism for the client to place an opportunistic lock (oplock) on a file residing on a server in order to cache the data locally for improved performance. Oplocks is enabled by default for everyday usage. For networks that require multiple users concurrently accessing the same file such as a database, oplocks should be disabled.
Path: Specify the path of the network share or select to let the NAS specify the path automatically.
Description: Enter an optional description of the network share.

4. Select the way you want to specify the access right to the folder and specify the guest access right.

5. If you select to specify the access right by user or user group, you can select to grant read only, read/write, or deny access to the users or user groups.

6. Confirm the settings and click “Next”.

7. Click “Finish” to complete the setup.

To delete a network share, select the folder checkbox and click “Delete”. You can select the option “Also delete the data in these folder(s)” to delete the folder and the files in it. If you select not to delete the folder data, the data will be retained in the NAS. You can create a network share of the same name again to access the data.



(Folder property)

Edit the folder property. Select to hide or show the network share, enable or disable oplocks, folder path, comment, and enable or disable write-only access on FTP connection.

(Folder permissions)

Edit folder permissions and subfolder permissions.

(NFS access control)

Specify NFS access right to the network share. An asterisk (*) means all connections.

(WebDAV access control)

Specify WebDAV access right to the network share.

(Microsoft Networking host access control)

Enter the host names or IP addresses which are allowed to connect to the network share via Microsoft Networking. Note that a user still needs a correct login name and password to access the share via Microsoft Networking.


Refresh the network share details.

Folder Permissions

Configure folder and subfolder permissions on the NAS. To edit basic folder permissions, locate a folder name in “Access Right Management” > “Share Folders” and click .

The folder name will be shown on the left and the users with configured access rights are shown in the panel. You can also specify the guest access right at the bottom of the panel.

Click “+ Add” to select more users and user groups and specify their access rights to the folder. Click “ADD” to confirm.

Click “– Remove” to remove any configured permissions. You can select multiple items by holding the Ctrl key and left clicking the mouse. Click “Apply” to save the settings.


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