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In Reply to: RE: Good advice posted by Batman on May 19, 2017 at 09:00:10
And as I've migrated to higher capacity drives on the server, they now live again in external cabinets with a USB interface. I still have a spare 3.5" 2tb drive that will eventually will be pressed into service for backup duty with the move to using 2.5" drives in the server.
Given all the recent ransomware attacks, I plan to leave mine offline...
edit: spell corruption fix
Edits: 05/20/17Follow Ups:
Is there reliable antivirus software for NAS? I'm not compulsive enough to disconnect it each time.
that can fully protect you from all threats. If your network gets attacked, any and all attached drives will be affected.
I choose to use outboard USB drives for offline storage, not slower-than-normal online access.
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