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Is there a NAS device supporting NTFS for Home Network use?

By jalbert523 ·
Hello everyone.
Thank you for taking the time to read and reply to my question.
My mind is almost at the point of overload from researching this subject matter without finding a concrete answer.
I want to purchase a 'Network Attached Storage' device with 2 HDD bays (RAID 1 configuration) that also supports the NTFS file system, for our Home Network.
Please, help me by providing your invaluable feedback, guidance and advice.
Thank you.
Cordially,
Jose

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This is probably what you want

by OH Smeg In reply to Is there a NAS device sup ...
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You may want to consider building yourself a Windows Home server

by humphnor In reply to Is there a NAS device sup ...

If you buy some cheap PC components or use an old PC you can build a cheap Windows Home server system. This is NTFS and is pretty slick. File sharing and backups are really easy. I have really enjoyed and preferred the Windows Home Server because of the flexibility. I found that my NAS systems are very inflexible.

A lot of system motherboards come with Raid/ It doesn't take much power I run my current system on a P4 2.6ghz with 1gb RAM and 120gb internal drive. I have added 1.5Tb to the system with a PCI Raid card.

Hope this information helps.

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