Best Answer esseki , 21 May 2019 - 03:56 PM
Thanks a lot for your help and patience with my problem. I finally got it working.
Let me share the solution in case it can help others :
First of all, my NAS is a Synology. Then i confirm that when i mounted the network share in the Shield settings, i did use a username and password.
I eventually had a look at the SMB server settings and i tried a few options until i got it working.
To do so you have to go into the Synology "Control Pannel -> File Services -> SMB / AFP NFS tab -> SMB section -> Advanced settings" and set
- Maximum SMB protocol : SMB3
- Minimum SMB protocol : SMB1
As a result the SMB range should show : "SMB range SMB1,SMB2,SMB2 and Large MTU,SMB3".
The permissions are now properly inherited for the folder created by the Backup plugin.
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