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 Post subject: [Idea]- Web Interface for Removing Drives from NAS
PostPosted: Mon May 04, 2009 3:29 pm 
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I have a Windows Based NAS, where I connect my external harddrives. I read with the new global autorun feature you could run applications/commands. So I thought if I connect my external harddrive i could autorun the netshare command, and share the drive automatically across the whole network. But I cannot remove the harddrive safely until I connect to the NAS over RDP. Would it be possible to create a little webinterface for USB Safely Remove where you can remove the drives which are connected to the computer. This way it would be perfect for me :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: [Idea]- Web Interface for Removing Drives from NAS
PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2009 8:00 am 
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chainer wrote:
I have a Windows Based NAS, where I connect my external harddrives. I read with the new global autorun feature you could run applications/commands. So I thought if I connect my external harddrive i could autorun the netshare command, and share the drive automatically across the whole network. But I cannot remove the harddrive safely until I connect to the NAS over RDP. Would it be possible to create a little webinterface for USB Safely Remove where you can remove the drives which are connected to the computer. This way it would be perfect for me :wink:

Hello Chainer,

That's an interesting idea, and we will consider adding it in future (but not soon). However now you can implement it by yourself if you have a small knowledge one of web-languages (e.g. PHP). USB Safely Remove have a command line, so it is possible to use it and write some simple scripts that displays all the current devices and lets you stop one of them.


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