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Cannot delete files or folder that paste into NAS-104

Hi support, i was unable to delete any folder or any files that i paste into nas. i had include my own domain account with writeable right in security option but i still face the same problem.

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Re: Cannot delete files or folder that paste into NAS-104

Login using FTP (Enable FTP through WebUI) , Then delete the files.

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Re: Cannot delete files or folder that paste into NAS-104

This is a procedure to hack into the NAS-104 running Filer 2.0:

1) Enable SSH using the web config menu
2) run putty and log in as root (a menu shows after successful login)
3) select "ping"
4) type in " ; mv /root/bin/uishell /root/bin/uishellno ; ln -s /bin/sh /root/bin/uishell"
5) log off and log in as root again

you know have root access to your NAS

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Re: Cannot delete files or folder that paste into NAS-104

Try to format it!

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