The software feature list for the TS-1079 Pro is just a joke. It's huge and it's what drew me to the QNAP brand over others initially. The main operating system is based on the QNAP Storage Manager and everything is ultimately controlled through your browser.
The TS-1079 Pro moves into that SMB / Corporate category and for that reason the feature list is massive with a long list of features revolving around Access Rights along with Domain Authentication, Cloud Storage support, Server Virtualization Backup Solutions, Security and a long list of Disk Management support when it comes to RAID.
Outside of all the official support, if you hit up the QNAP forums you'll find an absolute wealth of information and it's been a real godsend for me. Using the QPKG system you're able to just expand the capabilities of your NAS to levels that you wouldn't think were possible. The customization is so high on the QNAP side of things that the limitation normally associated with a NAS just isn't nearly as present here.
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