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  1. The router will sent the magic packet and wake up the machine if it sees traffic dedicated for the server, but the NIC will have to do its job and listen for it. The router setting just takes over the wake-up task that you would need to perform by hand with a wake up command sent from PC or smartphone. Maybe on those server boards the WOL is done via the management interface? The support should be able to help.
  2. The wake-up can not be performed by the plugin. The feature is called wake-on-lan aka. WOL and it must be configured in the BIOS if you use the on-board NIC. Check the manual of your board. If you use an add-on NIC the issue gets more sophisticated.
  3. @trurl I'm using Tapatalk here and I selected the name off the list that popped up but for reasons the link failed!?But I see there is a difference once the post is online. Edit: Once edited, the link gets fixed... Just edit and save without any modification.
  4. I suppose one of your 4TB drives is parity at the moment. The new drive is bigger than your current drives, so it will have to be the new parity drive. The parity needs to be at least as big as your biggest data drive. I'm not sure how the preclear is handled in recent versions. Maybe @johnnie.black can help here? For the Plex thing you should read up on how to use docker containers and see if that works for you. IIRC there is also a install package on the Plex site if you want to go that way. Sorry for the global answers, but I'm travelling at the moment and can't provide links as I'm writing this on my mobile. Gesendet von meinem Mi 9 SE mit Tapatalk
  5. Hi, welcome to the unRAID forums. If you didn't know by now, writing everything in CAPITAL letters is considered as SHOUTING to others. Now we have 3 possibilities on the receiver side: 1. You are not sure about your orthography skills and go all capital. 2. Your caps-lock has been unintentionally stuck. 3. You are intentionally shouting at us. Please elaborate.
  6. Hi, basically the first step should show you the properties of the card. sas2flsh.exe -c 0 -list If your drives show up in unRAID it's also a good sign of success.
  7. Yes, it is allowed as long as it's not excessive and the first disaster happened some years ago. By that time webmail access was still allowed and somebody launched one of those encrypting malwares that he received on his private mail. It started encrypting shares on the server ... Webmail is blocked since.
  8. Yes, for some time I had a portable Firefox working but they updated the anti virus and now it will delete any version of a portable browser if it is executed. I noticed, when I actively log off from the forum, I won't be logged in automatically next time.
  9. As I mentioned, this is the company machine. I don't know what the IT guys configured in detail. I see the whole "security" tab is missing in my options and a notice says that some settings are controlled by the sysadmin. They prevent the use of other browsers than IE and Edge.
  10. Yes, I have set the same settings. Edit: Checked it to be 100% sure... The setting to "Delete browser history" does NOT remove temporary files. Check yourself, go to "C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\" and you will find lots of files in \Content.IE5\ and \Ie\. I don't trust that setting and run a batch to delete the files. Still, logs me in, even if all is deleted.
  11. I'm deleting these locations after closing my IE sessions before shutdown. del /q /s "C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCookies\*.*" del /q /s "C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\*.*" del /q /s "C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Temp\*.*"
  12. Yes, and unfortunately No. Those are the credentials stored for the IWA (integrated windows authentication) The stored values at that place don't work for unRAID forums. The same entries can be found in IE when going to: Options, Content, Autocomplete, Manage Passwords (free translation, my OS is not English) There you can find a second category called Web-credentials or so. Shows no entries on my side.
  13. Hey guys, I'm somewhat confused. My new company machine is running W10. Prior, I was used to log in to this forum with my credentials but for some reason IE does this automatically now. I disabled the Integrated Windows Authentication although that setting shouldn't affect public sites. I disabled autocompletion for usernames and passwords and checked the stored information - all empty. I deleted cookies and temp files, it still logs me in at startup. How does this work? Thanks in advance for the insights.
  14. 🎉Happy birthday! 🎉 Joined in 07/2013 after I realized that some of my dozen 1.5 TB Samsung harddisks, that I had on the shelf, were giving read errors when I needed them. 😱 Meanwhile I'm running 2 servers myself and another 3 builds are run by friends. I'm very grateful about this solution and wish you guys good health and long lives to keep it rocking! Many thanks and cheers! 🍻
  15. Very interesting read. I also experienced drop-outs but it was the RAM - a couple of times. IIRC the connection techniques of RAM and NVME are quite similar. Reseating the RAM solved the issue but it's very annoying, especially if I'm not at home and my family wants to use the media server. I wonder if you guys ever had this kind of connection issues?