This article relates to Cisco TelePresence Content Server.
Q. Using Network Attached Storage with the Content Server
A. Putting the Network Attached Storage and the Content Server on the same domain
When the TANDBERG Content Server is configured to work with Network Attached Storage (a NAS), services running on the Content Server need to have access to the NAS share. This is done by adding the Content Server machine credentials to the access list for the NAS share. This can only be accomplished if the Content Server and the machine hosting the NAS are on the same domain. See the online help topic, Storing recordings.
What happens to the files when I use Network Attached Storage with my Content Server?
When using a NAS, the original recorded media is initially written to a temporary file on the Content Server's local e drive. When the call is finished, the original recorded media and any transcoded media (video files and thumbnails) are moved over to the NAS.