I'm starting to regret my choice in NAS, maybe I should've gone for a more user-friendly (beginner) one
I used to be able to see the admin related folders such as C volume etc but now I can't.
As far as I'm aware I'm logging into the NAS as admin, at least on Frontview.
I access the files on the readynas via Computer>Network or Readynas Remote, it seems this is only way access to the information on the NAS from my LAN but it only gives access to Share folders, not the other stuff I used to see. I'm totally confused by this whole thing. None of the manuals, guides, forum info etc are in easy to understand terms for me. I also can't delete a test folder I've created, it says I need permission from 'unix user/ nobody'.
Please help before I throw this thing out of the window!
From what I've read I need to login as admin, where the hell do I do that??! I assumed that was what I was doing. When I try and use the admin login to access shares over HTTP it accepts it but when I click on the Shares folder it asks for another login. Admin won't work here, it only accepts a created user login and password.