Setup Complete, But How Can I Transfer My Files?

I – QnapFinder Plug & Play Feature;

II – Windows “Map a Network Share” Feature

III – Windows Start Command

IV – ISCSI Feature

I – QnapFinder Plug & Play Feature;

1 – Download Qnapfinder from here;

After Qnapfinder scan & find your Qnap, just press on it. Then press connect -> Storage Plug & Play;

2 – Login with your username & password;

3 – Choose the folder that you want to use; (if you want differen root fodler, please check “how to create new share folder” document)

4 – Now Qnap creates a shortcut for your folder, and you can use this folder as you wish.

Also if you go Connect ->File manager, you can view all of your share folders at the same time.


II – Map a Network Share;

1 – Right click to “My Computer” icon, and choose “Map a Network Drive” ‘ı s

2 – type your  \\qnap_ip_address\ and press “choose”

My Qnap IP adress is;


After entering your Username & Passwor, a shortcut for that folder will appears on your Computer.

III – Windows Start-> Run Command (I dont advice this)

1 – Press Windows ->Start ->Run
2 – Type your Qnap Ip Adress to Run (just like this : \\
3 – Now you can see all of your share folder.

I dont advice use Qnap this way because of Microsoft Auto-Login feature. When you login with a username, you cannot login with another usernam/password till you restart or logout-login your computer again. Sometimes this cause Costumers to think that there is a permission problem with Qnap NAS because of this problem.

IV – ISCSI Feature;

You can use storage on your Qnap as a real HDD on your computer. I have an advance dovument, so please check ISCSI documantation to learn How

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