I hadn't realised within the share folder that you could click on the share
name to reveal further properties.
Thanks for pointing me in th right direction.
Nick Kasoff wrote:
> Go into the web interface and logon to the LS. Select "Shared Folders"
> in the menu to the left. Click on the particular share on the right.
> Disable the recycle bin, about halfway down on the right. Then click
> Apply at the bottom.
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, eMicros <nabble@...> wrote:
>> I'm using a 500GB Linkstation Pro as a backup device for my 2003 SBS
>> and it works great using Windows backup.
>> Biggest problem I have is that it runs out of disk space after a week
>> because the old backup files which it overwrites are kept in a trashbox
>> folder on the drive. Each server backup is 50gb, taken nightly.
>> backup keeps the last 5 backups, overwriting the oldest one each
> night. So
>> because it never actually overwrites the oldest backup, it soon runs
> out of
>> disk space.
>> Any clues? I've run the NAS configuration utility and can't find an
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