11-26-2011 08:36 AM
I have two simple questions
When I create a "Seagate share" (not a network share), how can I access that without using the web page for managing the "Seagate share"? What I am hoping to do it be able to drag and drop, delete, etc using the explorer in windows 7 as a network share
When I click on a folder in the "Seagate share" web page and tell it to add it to a share, it adds the files but does not move the files in folders, rather it just copies all the files into the root of the share. Is there a way to make it so that moves the files into individual folders on the "Seagate share"
Any tips on working with the "Seagate share" (so that I can share files on the Internet) is highly appreciated