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QNAP Releases QTS4.1.4 Build 0820

QNAP released QTS4.1.4 Build 0820 which features a number of bug fixes and one enhancement

[Bug Fixes]

  • Normal users cannot play transcoded videos in Private Collection in Video Station (only administrators can play them).
  • When you disable LED lights, enter hibernation mode and then resume the system, the LED lights will still be enabled.
  • If a USB device is connected and you upgrade to 4.1.4 build 0804 there is a chance that the system will not recognize the USB device.
  • The TS-x79 series NAS does not support sleep mode. This option has been removed from these NAS models.
  • Motion detection is not triggered in Surveillance Station on ARM-based NAS.
  • Fails to connect to the NAS while uploading files in Photo Station 5.
  • For some power supplies, the NAS reports a power supply error in the system logs.
  • The TS-x31 series and TS-269H fail to use FTP via SSL/TLS.

[Enhancement]

  • Allows showing notifications about QTS Beta firmware available in Live Update.

[Notice]

  • We recommend that you upgrade the built-in PHP by downloading the PHP app 5.5.26 (or newer) from the App Center to address multiple vulnerabilities. Please follow the automatic notifications to ensure your PHP is always current.To ensure reliability, users should check for compatibility before upgrading.
  • We recommend that you upgrade the built-in MySQL by downloading the QMariaDB app 5.5.44 (or newer) from the App Center to address multiple vulnerabilities. Please follow the automatic notifications to ensure your QMariaDB is always current. To ensure reliability, users should check for compatibility before upgrading.

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