Windows 10 NAS route structure introduction:
ITE2 Technology Inc. ITE2 NAS adopt Windows 10 OS.
So in the ITE2 NAS PDM interface: File Management can be related to the local drive’s route, like [Local Disk: C] corresponds to [System Drive]; [Local Disk: D] correspond to [Main Space]; [Local Disk: E, F, G…] correspond to [Share Folder in Partition Drive].
In the following post, we will introduce each drive and it correspond relationship.
【Local Disk: C】correspond to【System Drive】 Route
The system drive is the SSD in the product spec; this drive is specifically made for saving Windows 10 OS and PDM interface system file. Moreover, if you need to install any applications on ITE2 NAS, those applications are installed in the system drive.
Please note that system drive’s data cannot be reviewed in PDM interface. Also, local disk C did not apply RAID, so we suggested you should backup system data into local disk D when you finished the initial settings.
【Local Disk: D】correspond to【Main Space】 Route
Local disk D is the first partition space we have created when we use multiple HDDs. There’s a folder named [ITE2], this folder is used to saving all PDM main space folders and data, including [Public] (same as public space), [Groups] (same as group space), [Home] (same as home space), and [Backup] (same as backup space).
Please note that [Homes] folder including all the files for each account so that the substrate folder will name after each account, then on the next level folders will subdivision to backup space, home space and so on. Each account can only access their data and folders.
Take the following example, we can see the content in the [Local Disk: D > ITE2 > Homes > admin > Home > CAT] are the same as home space folder named [CAT] in PDM admin account. You can try to delete PDM’s home space folder’s file; then you should see that local disk: D’s file was deleted too.
Local disk: E, F, G… is the partition space created by PDM interface [Settings> HDD Management> Space Management].
These disks include a folder named [ITE2], and this folder is used by saving those partition space’s share folders.
Take the following example; we can see the content in the [Local Disk: E> ITE2> Share> Share to Family] is the same as [Share to Family] folder in file management. You can try to delete PDM’s share folder’s file; then you should see that local disk: E’s file was deleted too.
From the above introduction, do you have more understanding of Windows 10 NAS?
Here are some tips: If you would use Windows 10 NAS as a regular computer, you can save files to these specific routes, then you can directly manage your files on the PDM interface from the external network at any time anywhere!
However, please note that do not delete any folder that named ITE. Delete that folder may cause PDM malfunction, to keep PDM operating functionally, please follow the instruction from this post.