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    NAT ntfs

    i work for a small company and are running out of space like its going out of fashion

    i have been asked to try and find a solution but im on a strict budget so im thinking a nas box would surfice? the only problem im seeing so far though is most nas boxes are only read only in ntfs? and i havent seen one yet that supports AD

    i was looking at the terrastation from buffalo

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    Re: NAT ntfs

    Lacie do an XP embedded box thing which works well for us (we use it mainly for our software library and backup) but supports AD and Mac..

    PDF here http://www.lacie.com/download/datash...gigabit_en.pdf

    Nick

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    Re: NAT ntfs

    cheers matey...i will have a look

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