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June 15, 2016

8TB My Cloud DL4100 Business Series Network Attached Storage – NAS – WDBNEZ0080KBK-NESN


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WDBNEZ0080KBK-NESN review and price:


WD 8TB My Cloud features:

  • Advanced data security with 256 AES volume encryption
  • Ultra-reliable NAS performance for 24/7 business continuity
  • Scale system performance as your business grows with upgradeable memory
  • High-performance with read/write speeds of 115 MB/s and 107 MB/s
  • Equipped with award-winning Milestone ARCUS Surveillance software
  • Customizable RAID configurations help prevent downtime and lost productivity
  • Comprehensive data protection and flexible restore points for file version recovery
  • Securely store, access, manage and share business data
Other Info for this deal:

Warranty: standard manufacturer’s warranty
S&H: Free shipping if ordered online
WD 8TB’s dimensions and weight: check our reviews
Coupon: n/a


General WD WDBNEZ0080KBK-NESN description
Built from the ground up with hardware, software and storage from WD, My Cloud Business Series DL4100 is a true all-in-one, high-performance NAS solution intended for small businesses. The completely integrated, easy to deploy system gives the dependability, security, and scalability required to drive business success.

Recent reviews:

Be aware. I ordered the 8TB model of the DL4100. There was no info on Amazon as to the number and size of disk drives that are installed. I checked other sites and they stated that the 8TB model came with 4 x 2TB drives, presuming a Raid 5 configuration. Mine arrived with 2 x 4TB drives in a Raid 1 configuration. If I want Raid 5 or 10 I have to purchase 2 more 4TB drives. Not what I projected. If I wanted 2 x 4TB drives I could have ordered an 8TB DL2100, not the 4 bay DL4100. There’s nothing wrong with the unit, it looks to work good. I could say the info on Amazon is misleading, however it is just not there. Update: I sent mine back for a refund. When I registered it, it told me it was & 34;Out of Area& 34;. In talking to support (not in the US) I was told it was not a US product. I was not happy, however he told me i had a warrantee and they could make good on it. I started to get power warning issues (error 1022). I called support (not in the US). They told me my UPS was not well-matched. I plugged the unit directly into the wall, same error messages. After some number of days, and layers of out of country support and management (I had to say & 34;I’d like to talk to a USA manager& 34;). That convinced someone to overnight me a new power brick. They (not in the US) first told me they did not have any and I could have to go purchase one myself (it was 2 weeks old now). They lost me with that declaration. Anyhow, a new one arrived the next day. It output the same DC voltage, however output more DC Amps. It did slow down the errors a little, however didn’t fix the problem. I posted my issue on the WD support forum. The moderator messaged me that he bumped the issue to someone in support. Support emailed me the next day. I was done by this point and had boxed it up.



I was a little hesitant about selecting this to review as I was scared it could be too technical for me to set up get running. I have decided to take a chance because I really needed the extra storage for all of the videos, Photoshop pictures, PDF’s and photos that I create and/or use daily. Plus I loved the fact that I could set this up to automatically create folders and download pictures directly from my devices just from being in the same room. I can connect my devices via usb and download them to the WD My Cloud that way. Well, I received my WD My Cloud and set out to get it installed and running. I was worried for no reason. It was easy to get up and running and only took me some minutes. It’s working perfectly and it’s fast. I have already backed up all of my files from my computer and it did not take long at all. The compact size is nice also. I have it sitting over my desk and it does not take up too much room. Easy to set up. Easy to use. Convenient.



Only having the NAS operating for a week, there’s no way to know the lasting capability of it. But, in the short term it has proven to be an excellent system. The Western Digital Red drives are made for NAS, so I am not worried about storing my important data on this. Set up was trivial. I plugged it in to a gigabit switch on my network, plugged in the power and started it up. Only two small problems. The brief set up information tells you to type in a different URL if you’re on a Mac or on Windows. Typing the Mac URL into Firefox (on my Mac) did not work. I then tried the same link (by copy/paste from Firefox) into Safari and it worked. The other thing I had a problem with is when prompted for a new password, they have a bound of 16 characters that I did not learn till I typed my longer password. Inside 10 minutes I was all setup and prepared to copy data. The device comes predetermined to RAID 5, which is what I could have chosen anyway. This decreases the 16TB to just under 12TB of usable space. RAID 5 has a protection scheme against one drive failing. You lose some disk space and speed, however the extra protection, in my mind, is well worth it. When logging into the server there are more alternatives than I really cared about. But it is nice to have them there’s you need them. So I left most alone and only changed those that I needed. I think the organization of the tabs and what it’s each tab may be done better. As an example to view the current file system, you must choose the & 8220;Apps& 8221; tab. I have a Synology 411+ and I think their software is a better and better organized. I ran some speed tests with Blackmagic.




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Cloud My DL4100 technical ratings and MSRP
  • Comprehensive data protection and flexible restore points for file version recovery
  • High-performance with read/write speeds of 115 MB/s and 107 MB/s
  • Equipped with award-winning Milestone ARCUS Surveillance software
  • Scale system performance as your business grows with upgradeable memory
  • Ultra-reliable NAS performance for 24/7 business continuity
  • Securely store, access, manage and share business data
  • Advanced data security with 256 AES volume encryption
  • Customizable RAID configurations help prevent downtime and lost productivity



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  3. APC BE550G Back-UPS 550VA 8-outlet Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
  4. Logitech Wireless Combo Mk520 With Keyboard and Mouse
  5. Crucial MX200 500GB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive – CT500MX200SSD1

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