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  1. 50c is fine for an SSD, well within limits (70c is max operating temp) so don't worry about it
  2. Probably need a firewall rule to allow traffic between the networks
  3. Share your local printer in windows- Add a printer on the VM to connect to local computer's printer share using the IP address as the \\computername\
  4. Keep in mind that when you unplug it from the wall, any devices connected to it are no longer grounded unless you've attached a ground lead to the lug on the back of the UPS. Safer option (for you and the device) is to flip the breaker sending power to the outlet
  5. He's dead, Jim - after only 21 hours I'd return to the store you bought it from
  6. If the software is generating its own file names, it means the original file names are not (generally) recoverable - from the FAQ: Will UFS Explorer restore the original folder structure and file names? UFS Explorer is equipped with algorithms that allow it to restore the structure of the file system and the actual file names. Yet, in some cases, the original folder structure may undergo irreversible corruption becoming unrecoverable, and on top of that, some types of file systems tend to erase the original file names after certain operations (deletion, formatting, etc.). Unde
  7. That'd do it, glad you got it figured out
  8. Your log is too fresh for me to see anything that jumps out
  9. Only if something is listening on that port
  10. and you don't have any other ports directly exposed, and you haven't set a reverse proxy to your admin panel?
  11. And that's the rule you have set in your firewall/router, too? As in: WAN 80 to LAN
  12. If you have port 80 open to the internet, you're doing it wrong™️
  13. FWIW I'm running a couple of these EDAZ drives now, temperatures have been on par with my other drives and I haven't noticed a heat issue with 'em, they also perform fine and cleared in ~14 hours. (knock on wood)