gelmar wrote:I checked on both ReadyNas on the network settings and there are 0 errors
Is there a possibility you are 1. In a domain (and the NAS is also using AD security) and 2 you created the folders with a windows machine? If so, from a computer logged in with the domain Admin account (not an admin user) or the account you used to join the NAS to the domain, look and change the folder permissions. I would wager that there is an issue there to be resolved on the road to success. The NAS is not a true AD domain participant, so often Domain Admins under different accounts than above do not work when changing permission on folders created by another user.