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Problem with exec 11d and NSS4000

Hi I installed symantec backup exec 11d on a server 2003 and installed a NSS4000 on network , join NSS4000 to domain. I created volume and user on NSS4000 . I can detect the NSS4000 on network , browse it with windows and exec 11d by created users. But when I want to create a Backup-2-Disk for exec 11d and specified the NSS4000 folder I get a meesage "Could not create share folder. Access is denied." I search the internet but nobody said that solve the problem. Thanks if you can help me

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Re: Problem with exec 11d and NSS4000

Its more than likely the NSS4000 and its broken file permissions - I've been 'trying' to use one for the last 6months, took one back for warranty replacement but the replacement was just as bad. The firmware for these is absolutely pitiful! Check out the Linksys forums for ongoing issues with these devices.

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Re: Problem with exec 11d and NSS4000

Can you create folders by hand from the same account that the backupexec services are running under? if not you have to change the permissions.

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Computer needs a 1Gbps NIC in it, you need at least a cat 5e cable to router, router needs to support 1Gbps bandwidth, cable from router to nas needs to be at least cat 5e and your nic on nas needs to support 1Gbps as well.
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the default ip is
user name is admin and password is password

Nov 16, 2010 | Linksys NSS4000

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Hi there, I have brand new linksys NSS4000 and i am not able to access the box to do the basic confiigurations, so anybody know the default ip address or how can i access the box?

There are a variety of ways to display the NSS Login window.
•Open the Web browser on your computer: In the Address field, enter "http://NAS<MAC address>" (For example, "http://NAS0018F804E44C".)
•Browse for the NSS from the My Network Places window.
•Select the NSS to a network drive from a mapped network drive.
The NSS Login window appears:

Also please follow the below link for manual it will help you to setup

let me know if this worked for you

Dec 01, 2009 | Linksys NSS4000

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MS WIN2K3 Server doesnot find NSS4000 shares

Hi there,
  • Unplug the printer cable from the computer.
  • Unistall the printer drivers from Device manager and also unistall the all the printer appications
  • restart the computer
  • try to download drivers from the website
  • after installing drivers and software it will ask you to connect the printer.
  • then you can connect the printer and and try to Print the test page.
Hope this help. Please Rate My Response! Thanks! 

Mar 12, 2009 | Linksys NSS4000

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Switching from 'Mirrored' to 'Striping'?

I don't understand your description. sorry. But if you are switching over from Mirror to stripping then you will surely loose your files. Switching raid configuration will also redo the hard drive relativity and will reformat the drives automatically. If your backup is a server then you need to go to system bios and configure the raid from there. I suggest backup the backups first before you do it. If your backup is an external hard drive then go to its http settings and configure it there. It will surely format your drive.

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Loosing users permissions

Hey You can refer to thin link here :

You can check the settings and if it is again again losing the settings then there might be a possibilty that the firmware of Nss4000 has gone faulty or is corrupted.
You will have to upgrade it through the CD provided to you or best will be to contact Linksys and they will be able to give you the exact information...

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your english is not bad to to start with!
and the possible solution to your problem is just ask the administrator to help you out,dont try to do it yourself cause sometimes problem gets worsen!

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