kumori wrote:Did you try mounting it as a network drive under Windows? Even if this is not the way you want to access the drive in the future it might give you access to the .html file.
I can mount my NAS as a network share by just typing in the local IP following by the default shared folder (e.g. //192.168.1.2/public). Maybe this would work.
I did try tihs, but it wouldn't work at first.
I was able to contact someone who had it. The secret was that you need to put in COMPLETELY BLANK drives. Meaning no partitions or anything. I guess its a safeguard built in? If you don't the system doesn't ever get to "ready", so the drives never become mountable.
Once i put in a completely blank drive, the status lights turned green, and I was able to access the config page through http://
<ip of the machine>.
Default name/password is admin/admin.
In case anyone ever needs to find this info out.
Thanks for everyone's help!
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