In the video right after the break, I talk about how to use an external device as a share drive or a backup drive for your QNAP server. On a side note, I think this is a great way to enable USB 3.0 capability for a computer that doesn’t have the motherboard that can support the USB 3.0 adapter. Keep in mind, if you have a QNAP server that supports USB 3.0 ports, it’s like you have USB 3.0 capability on your local computer. Basically, you can always tap into the QNAP server’s share drive and tell it to behave as if it’s just another external hard drive on your computer. Obviously this share drive which is connecting to your QNAP server is using USB 3.0 port, and hence this is why you can enable USB 3.0 capability for your local computer. This is a stupid reason for you to just go out and buy QNAP server and external hard drive that support USB 3.0 ports, because you can just buy another computer which supports USB 3.0 ports. Nonetheless, you can definitely take advantage of this beneficial side effect of having a QNAP server as a network attached storage server. Same story with eSATA capability if your QNAP server supports eSATA ports. Enjoy the video!!!
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