Project Info

  • Product: BrickStor
    • Date: January 25, 2016

myRack makes it easy to create an Apple file share on the RackTop BrickStor and to connect it with your OSX system. In just a few steps Chuck Mills will show you how to create an AFP share in a pool, establish options, name it, and assign data quotas and reservations. Evaluate the effects of your proposed changes before you commit them. Once established, simply add permissions to allow levels of access from the Apple endpoint. To allow access by domain users from the Apple endpoint, establish UNIX attributes for individual users. Finally, Chuck shows you where to access the newly created shares. When finished with this tutorial you are ready to copy files to your new share.