QNAP today officially released the NAS operating system QTS 5.0.1, which improves overall security with increased comfort and improved performance for privacy and everyday use. New features include secure RAID disk replacement, Windows search protocol support for NAS shared folders, and Enterprise SED (Self-Encrypting Drives) support.
ARM and x86-based QNAP NAS running QTS 5.0.1 now also support the exFAT file system at no additional cost, which should give users more options and device compatibility for large file transfers, according to the company. QTS 5.0.1 automatically installs security updates by default. However, if users upgrade firmware from QTS 5.0.0 to 5.0.1, QTS will keep existing firmware update settings. We recommend looking at the firmware update settings in Control Panel > Firmware Update. The complete changelog can be found here.
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