I am not up to speed on this .... back in the days of using hardware RAID with consumer drives,
as long as you could set error recovery values, it was deemed "safe".
Again ... i am going back in time to when TB drives didn''t exist (or were not mainstream anyways).
You should be able to have multiple USB drives installed and select the one you wish to boot from.
Yes...should be selectable in BIOS.
To make identification easier .. maybe use a different brand drive in the external USB port.
Wow ... my bad .... not only did I misread that ..... the link i provided was not for user accounts.
You can use the Group Policy management console to view the settings (assuming unchanged).
I don't have a live DC at the moment ... but it looks like 42 days for Max Password Age is default...
EDIT: ignore this reply for user password policy ... but for devices... might help :oops:
Might be the "-" in the name of "3-CPO"
without a trailing "." it may be seen as just a NETBIOS name.
At one point (old school DNS naming) .. i don't think you could start a host name with a number.
Not so today IIRC
It's probably just me, but a make and model of the NVR (so people can reference what you are dealing with) might help your cause.
I read it a few times now and I am lost by what a "dome" is in this NVR.
See below .. i think you pretty much answered your own question.
SSD also has better Reliability/Endurance numbers + longer warranty compared to the HDD.
My only reason for going with spinning rust at this point is high capacity/$ ... usually to back up the data on SSDs.
I tend to stick with Seagate and Western Digital Hard Disk Drives (3.5").
Main reason is availability in local stores.
Each MFG has had it's share of bad batches.
i still trust them and didn't hesitate to try out newer offerings when I needed them.
Having said that .. I have not made a HDD...
It is confusing!! Took some time to get anAsus Hypercard M.2 v1 set up the first time around.
As @itronin pointed out, follow the block diagram for the motherboard.
If your post above (#42) is in relation to the X10SRi, see page 16 of the manual.
Port 1 ---- Slot3 (PCIe x8)
Port 2 ---- Slot6...
Tested by SM:
M.2 List - [MBD-X10SDV-4C-TLN2F]
It is interesting that the drives don't show up at all.
I am used to seeing people not being able to boot off them sometimes,
but modern mobo/bios + modern OS = I'd expect to see it detected even if not bootable.
Do you have a PCIe to M.2...