For most NAS systems, QuikFynd can be started from your NAS dashboard. But you can also start it via command line. But you need SSH access to your NAS for it.
You can copy QuikFynd to your NAS by using SCP (Secure Copy) tool. On MacOS and Linux, SCP is available as a command line option. For Windows, you can use WinSCP, a graphical interface for copying files.
For most NAS systems, QuikFynd can be installed via NAS dashboard. But there are cases when it is not possible. For example, if the NAS dashboard doesn't support any add-on applications. In this case, you can still copy QuikFynd to your NAS by using SCP (Secure Copy) and starting it by logging into your NAS via SSH (Secure Shell).
QuikFynd software is available for direct download from the dashboard of your NAS. But if you are not able to find it on your NAS dashboard, you may also download it from our website.
At this time, QuikFynd only supports one user for one NAS device. We realize that many NAS deployments support multiple users where each user can have their own account on NAS and their own set of files.
Yes, QuikFynd can be accessed on mobile devices by downloading the QuikFynd mobile app from either the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store.
Yes, more than one NAS system may be added to your QuikFynd account. You only need to create one QuikFynd account and link multiple devices to it. Each NAS runs its own instance of the QuikFynd search server.
QuikFynd offers two plans. The first is the QuikFynd Lite version which is free and allows you to organize data, search by file names and metadata only. With Lite version, you can access your data via your web browser or using QuikFynd apps on your mobile devices.
Signing up is necessary to begin using QuikFynd because your login information is used to authenticate and secure access to your devices.
QuikFynd supports NAS systems from several leading providers. Following systems are currently supported:
Western Digital (My Cloud) EX2, (My Cloud) EX4, and (My Cloud) Mirror(Gen1).
ASUSTOR 6, 31, 50, 51, 61, 62, 70 series devices.