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  1. Thanks. Although I think I'll just stay with doing each disk independently, as that seems safest -- and the shares involved are all limited to only 4 disks, so it's not that hard to do. In any event, everything I wanted to "clean up" is now done -- and the stuff I couldn't do from Windows worked perfectly with MC. Thanks big time for the tip.
  2. MC worked very nicely. It apparently didn't "see" the shares; but if I went to each of the disks that were part of the share and deleted the part of the folder that was on that disk, it did everything I wanted -- the folders are now gone. i.e. the share I was working with ["OSImages to keep for friends"] is on disks 9, 10, 11, and 12. So I went to each of these disks in MC and for those that had components of the folder I wanted to delete I simply deleted them using F8 in mc. Not every folder was shown on every disk; but when I finished processing all of the disks, I went b
  3. Thanks ... I'll try this tonight. Off to the grocery store for my wife right now, so it'll be a few hours before I can get to this. I presume using mc is a "safer" approach than running New Permissions -- is that right?
  4. Is mc already built in to the system; or do I have to download/install it? [If so, do you have a link?] And can you tutor me through the specific commands that I'd need to delete one of the folders? Perhaps for the one I listed above as an example.
  5. If I type Tools - New Permissions, I get a note that outlines the mandatory need to run this when upgrading from a pre-v5 release, which indicates I should run it on all disks. I don't think I need to do this, as this system hasn't been upgraded in a long time (and it's already on a v6 release). I'm running v6.5.3 (This is an OLD server and it runs rock-solid on that release, so I never upgraded beyond it -- actually I did upgrade to the next version after it, but that caused a couple issues, so I reverted to 6.5.3 and have never changed it since). The hardware is one of Tom'
  6. I was cleaning out some old folders on my UnRAID server, and several of them refuse to delete ... noting they need permission from a specific user -- which happens to be the one I'm logged in as. I get a "You require permission from <username> to make changes to this file" message; but I'm logged in as the specified user. It also doesn't work if I log in as root, which I thought might give me more "superpower" privileges. Note I am NOT a "Linux guy" -- I just use UnRAID as a large protected file server for backups and archives. It's been a couple years, but I
  7. Yes, it works fine with 4TB drives (and larger)
  8. The old OS's I have are all VM's built with and running under VMWare Workstation on a Windows box. I also have earlier versions of them that I built when I was using Microsoft's Virtual PC many years ago (early 2000's). If you want to build these in UnRAID, you'd need the install media for the OS's.
  9. I also use it on a Windows box --> I have a scheduled task that wakes up at 4:00 in the morning; sends a WOL signal to my backup server; waits 3 minutes to be sure it's had time to boot up; and then runs a SyncBack task to back up my two always-on UnRAID servers to my backup server. After the task completes, it sends a command to the backup server to shut down. Actually, since I switched both of my servers to dual parity, I've thought about changing this task to only run once/week … but haven't got around to doing that 😊
  10. I also have a trusty old C2SEA on one of my servers -- I did the BIOS update YEARS ago with no problem. However, I doubt it really makes a difference at this point -- if a system update was to require a feature not supported by the C2SEA I very much doubt that the 2012 BIOS would resolve that => if that was to happen the only alternatives would be to retire the trusty old C2SEA or to not do any further UnRAID updates on that system.
  11. Just for grins, I used Windows Explorer to access the folder that's giving such crazy results in Windows 10 from Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, and XP (all VM's) and they ALL show the correct results … and do so MUCH faster than Windows 10. Does anyone know if there's a setting in either Win10 or in UnRAID that will resolve this??
  12. No Plex or appdata info -- just a complete backup of all of the data on our computers … the OS is backed up separately with imaging. Also, note that Windows 7 shows the info correctly … it's only Windows 10 that fails.
  13. I noticed a significant error in the display of a folder size from Windows 10 when I did a "Properties" for one of my large backup folders -- the actual contents are fine, but I got a very incorrect size result. If I look at the folder from Windows 7 and do a "Properties" it displays the size correctly, and also MUCH faster. The correct result is 172GB with 117,583 files in 4,585 folders. Windows 7 takes 20 seconds to display this with a right-click Properties from Windows Explorer. Windows 10 takes 28 minutes and 40 seconds to finish a right-click Properties, and
  14. That should do the trick nicely. If you're going to sell your old board, I presume you've confirmed that it's working okay … this discussion started with it not working in the new case -- hopefully that was just a short (perhaps an extra standoff that wasn't removed) or a loose connection. Hopefully you've got that resolved, or will have by the time the new board arrives. … with only 9 drives I'd have probably just kept your old board and connected 3 of the drives via USB3, but the newer board will provide much better expandability. FWIW I also haven't used any USB3 conne
  15. I missed that he'd switched cases. His post of 22 Nov indicated the case was a DS380. Clearly if he's got the CS380 he can switch to a mATX motherboard with no problem … although whether that's necessary or not depends on whether he needs more than 8-10 drives, which could easily be supported with the 6 onboard SATA ports and the USB v3 ports.