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  1. 2 hours ago, Mario said:

    Hi Andrea

    I don't know if it works with an ARM, since I don' user Qnap.
    Acording to the releasenotes of 10.3 you have a loss of functions if you are not using intel CPU

    But don't worry đŸ˜€

    Just crate a SMB/CIFS Share on the Qnap and use this way:

    Hope this helps

    Thanks Mario,
    but i'm worring, because I can make  the share smb/cfis on qnap, but i can't see it from nakivo. Exactly following the instruction of your link.
    That we have done succesfully in other projects.


    nb . Instead i can connect nakivo to the trasporter of qnap (first step creating repository)

  2. 3 minutes ago, Official Moderator said:

    Hello, Andrea!

    So that NAKIVO Support Team can quickly identify the cause of your issue and recommend a suitable solution, please generate and send us a support bundle with the main database included for further investigation. Below you can find a step-by-step explanation of how to do that.


    If you have any further doubt or difficulties, please let me know.

    Thanks, we opened a ticket to support team, as you explained, yestarday morning.

  3. Goodmorning

    I have a nakivo installation with an unique esx server as inventory. Currently i backup all vms in a qnap  based on intel cpu with nakivo transporter app. I added a new qnap at the network and i'm trying to use it as second trasporter/repository. No problem adding it as transporter in nakivo's dashboard but i can't add the folder as repository cfis. The error is tha "the folder doesn't exists", so it can't create the NakivoBackup folder. Currently I have the doubt that I choosed the wrong nas : it's an Arm processor. I opened a support ticket but  i'm also trying to use this forum.

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