"I purchased the N2B1DD2 to use as a backup device for a PET scanner which produces 20-50 Gbytes of data per study. Unfortunately the Windows 2003 Server Edition is not able to mount the NAS share (works with XP or Linux). This is a definite problem and the support access from the LGE website is not usable. The only thing I could find that seems to work is this review so I'll try to put my concerns here in hopes that someone from LGE will see them and reply. Its clear that the device uses embedded linux as the OS and the disks seem to be ext2 or ext3 formatted. However the only mechanism that allows me to access the system is Samba which doesn't provide linux file attributes (executable especially). While my primary use of the device would have been with Windows Server 2003 I would almost be happy if I could get native NFS access. Seems like something fairly simple to implement. I'm not adverse to trying experimental software with features like NFS and Windows 2003 access (I don't understand why Windows Server 2003 doesn't work with this device?)."
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