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NAS 108

NAS gebruiken met Apple Mac OS X

Een cursus over toegang tot uw NAS via Mac OS X en het uitvoeren van back-uptaken met Time Machine.

2016-04-28

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
1. To open the files on your NAS with Mac OS X
2. to use Apple Time Machine to back up your NAS

CONDITIONS

Course Prerequisites:
None

Of students are expected to have a working knowledge of:
Apple Mac OS X

OVERVIEW
1. Configure your NAS
1.1 Windows file services (CIFS / SAMBA) Enable
1.2 Support Time Machine Turn

2. Configuring Apple Mac OS X
2.1 Connecting your NAS via AFP
2.2 Using Time Machine to back up your NAS

1. Configure your NAS

1.1 Enable Windows file services (CIFS / SAMBA)

STEP 1

  • Log in to ADM, and then select [Services] → [Mac OS X] .
  • Uncheck [Mac File Service (AFP) Enable] in.

1.2 Support Time Machine Enable

STEP 1

  • Uncheck [Enable support Time Machine] , and then select from the dropdown list the folder where you want to save your backup (in our example, "TMBackup").
  • When you're done, click [Apply] .

2. Configure Apple Mac OS X

2.1 Connecting your NAS via AFP

STEP 1

In Mac OS X, select [Start][Connect to Server ...] .


STEP 2

In the field [Server Address:] , enter the IP address of your NAS and then click [Connect] (example: afp: //172.16.1.245).


STEP 3

Select the folder in which you want to connect and click [OK] (in our example, "Public").


STEP 4

For example, the screen should look like when your connection with the NAS is made.


2.2 Using Time Machine to back up your NAS

STEP 1

To open Time Machine, select the Apple menu [System Preferences ...][Time Machine] .



STEP 2

When it is open, make sure the Time Machine slider to the "ON" state. You can see the previously specified folder "TMBackup". Select the folder and then click [Use Backup Disk] .


STEP 3

Enter the username and password for your NAS and click on [Connect] .


STEP 4

For example, the screen should look like after the configuration is complete. You can see information for the folder name, space, oldest backup, latest backup and next backup.


Note: For more information about Time Machine is available in Mac 101: Time Machine (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1427).

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