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1) Document Type: General Can you connect to a hidden share on the Snap Server from a Macintosh client? 100%
  [12701ASK] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Aug 6, 2009 10:32 AM - Find Similar  
  Explains why there is no option to connect to hidden shares. Article expires: 2008-09-11 06:48:03 Is it possible to connect to a Snap Server hidden network share (i.e. /sharename$) from a Mac with the Chooser What is the syntax? The following did not work: servername.xxx.com/sharename$ Whereas on a pc ... a "$" at the end are not displayed and there is no option to connect to hidden shares in the Chooser  
2) Document Type: General *How to connect to a Snap Server share through DOS 88%
  [12409ASK] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Dec 16, 2013 5:12 PM - Find Similar  
  Explains how to connect to a Snap Server share through DOS. How to connect to a Snap Server share through DOS ? This information applies to: Snap Server 1000, Snap Server 1100, Snap Server 2000, Snap Server 2200, Snap Server 4000, Snap Server 4100, Snap Server 4200, Snap Server 4400, Snap Server 4500, Snap Server 12000, Snap Server 14000,Snap Server 15000, Snap Server 18000 This information is not Operating  
3) Document Type: General *How to connect to the SnapServer as a Snap local account from a Windows client. 82%
  [12578ASK] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Dec 13, 2013 2:34 PM - Find Similar  
  Explains how to connect to the SnapServer as a Snap local account from a Windows client. Windows Vista is not supported. How to connect to the SnapServer as a Snap local account from a Windows client. This information applies to: Windows Millennium Edition (ME), Windows 9x, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0 ---Solution--- In order to connect as a local account to the SnapServer, there should  
4) Document Type: General Does the Snap Disk 10 require any special equipment to connect to a Snap Server 4500? 80%
  [12485ASK] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Aug 6, 2009 10:37 AM - Find Similar  
  Describes the equipment needed to connect a Snap Disk 10 to a Snap Server 4500. Does the Snap Disk 10 require any special equipment to connect to a Snap Server 4500? This information is not Operating System specific ---Solution---A Snap Appliance qualified Serial ATA card must be purchased from an Authorized Snap Appliance Reseller and installed in the Snap Server 4500. The Serial ATA card has two  
5) Document Type: General Snap Server 18000 Quick Start and User Guide 74%
  [7071] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Aug 8, 2008 2:37 PM - Find Similar  
  How to install the Snap Server 18000 and connect it to a network. The attached document (see Attachments box) details how to install the Snap Server 18000 and connect it to a network.  
6) Document Type: General Snap 500-600 Quick Start Guide 66%
  [7063] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jul 30, 2009 10:46 AM - Find Similar  
  Shows how to install a Snap Server 500 series or 600 series in a rack and connect the server to a network. The attached documtent (see Attachments box) shows how to install a Snap Server 500 series or 600 series in a rack and connect the server to a network.  
7) Document Type: General Snap Server 410 Quick Start & User Guide 60%
  [7047] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jul 30, 2009 10:51 AM - Find Similar  
  How to install your Snap Server 410 in a rack and connect the server to your network. The attached guide (see Attachments box) shows you how to install your Snap Server 410 in a rack and connect the server to your network. For operating instructions see the Guardian OS Administrator's Guide.  
8) Document Type: General Snap Server 110-210 Quick Start Guide 55%
  [7045] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Jul 30, 2009 10:56 AM - Find Similar  
  How to connect the Snap Server 110 or 210 to a network and configure it using the Guardian OS. The attached guide (see Attachments box) shows how to connect the Snap Server 110 or 210 to a network and configure it using the Guardian OS.  
9) Document Type: General AN-DBP-053 Using Cisco iSCSI driver on Solaris to connect to REO 38%
  [4551] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Feb 15, 2008 3:06 PM - Find Similar  
  For instructions on using the Cisco iSCSI driver (initiator) to connect a REO with a Sun Solaris system, see the attached document. For instructions on using the Cisco iSCSI driver (initiator) to connect a REO with a Sun Solaris system, see the attached document.  
10) Document Type: General *What is involved in connecting a Snap Server to the network? 35%
  [12853ASK] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Dec 9, 2013 8:42 AM - Find Similar  
  Gives the three simple steps needed to connect a Snap Server to the network. What is involved in connecting a Snap Server to the network? ---Solution--- Plug the network cable into the Ethernet jack, plug in the electrical cord, and power on the server. Most existing networks automatically recognize Snap Servers, and the system is ready for use immediately. Administrators can optionally configure network  
11) Document Type: General Which of the two SCSI connectors on the back of my LoaderXpress unit do I connect to the server? 35%
  [1443SD] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Feb 13, 2008 2:52 PM - Find Similar  
  Which of the two SCSI connectors on the back of my LoaderXpress unit do I connect to the server? Cause: Solution: It does not matter which SCSI connector you connect to the server and which SCSI connector you connect to the terminated end as long as both connectors are used.  
12) Document Type: General *Why am I getting a timeout error when I try to connect to the IP address assigned to Web TLC? 31%
  [1724SD] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Dec 5, 2014 1:25 PM - Find Similar  
  Why am I getting a timeout error when I try to connect to the IP address assigned to Web TLC? Cause: The Web Total Library Control (TLC) interface is a 10 MB/sec Ethernet port. If the Ethernet connection to Web TLC is rated greater than 10 MB/sec, you might be unable to connect. Solution: Set the port to negotiate at 10 MB/sec and half duplex.  
13) Document Type: General *Unable to connect to the Snap server from Windows XP in a network without TCP/IP configured. 29%
  [12623ASK] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Mar 18, 2014 2:33 PM - Find Similar  
  Addresses the problem of being unable to connect to the Snap server from Windows XP in a network without TCP/IP configured. Unable to connect to the Snap server from Windows XP in a network without TCP/IP configured This information applies to: Microsoft Windows XP ---Solution--- By default, the Snap server allows Windows XP connections over the TCP/IP and NetBEUI protocols. In networks where TCP  
14) Document Type: General SANbloc S50 Quick Install Guide 24%
  [7028] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Mar 11, 2009 12:25 PM - Find Similar  
  How to install the SANbloc S50 enclosure and connect it to a 500/600 Series Snap Server. The attached (see Attachments box) Quick Installation Guide describes how to install the SANbloc S50 enclosure and connect it to a 500/600 Series Snap Server.  
15) Document Type: General How do I connect my NEO for failover? 24%
  [1712SD] Comments: 0, Last Modified: Sep 20, 2007 4:43 PM - Find Similar  
  How do I connect my NEO for failover? Solution: For information on setting up your Neo library for failover, see the attached document, Fail-Over in a Multi-Module Neo Series Tape Library.  


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