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Prime array servstation

The only connection I see which is on the back is the ethernet connection. Nothing else but the plug in cord.

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I was afraid of that. The only way to connect is by ip. and you already tried that. so, why can't you see the admin screen.

what type of operating system are you using on the computer you are trying to connect to the servstation?

The last one I tried from was MS Server. Are you using windows or mac, what version, etc?

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

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