CONTENTS Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Setup Overview About the EZ Media & Backup Center Components Front Panel Rear Panel Default Settings Connecting the EZ Media & Backup Center to Your Network Check Package Contents Connecting the EZ Media Safety Information Accessing Your Device If It's Not Discovered Direct Access Using the Device IP Address or Model Name...
Setting the Display Language for Your EZ Media & Backup Center Securing Your EZ Media & Backup Center and Contents How Do I Secure My EZ Media & Backup Center? Security Settings Users Users Overview Adding Users Managing Users Changing User Information Changing User Access Permissions Deleting Users Sharing Files...
Managing Your Content Transferring Content to and from Your EZ Media & Backup Center with Copy Jobs Copy Jobs Limitations Getting Content from a USB External Storage Device Safely removing external storage Drive Management Managing Drives Global Drive Management Settings Backing up and Restoring Your Content Backup and Restore Overview Backing up to and Restoring from Your EZ Media &...
Inviting People onto Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud Joining a Trusted Device to LenovoEMC Personal Cloud Managing Trusted Devices on a Personal Cloud Disconnecting Trusted Devices Deleting Trusted Devices Using Copy Jobs with a LenovoEMC Personal Cloud Disabling or Deleting Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud Accessing Content Using Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud Informing Users What to Do with LenovoEMC Personal Cloud Sharing Content Using Social Media...
Streaming Music Videos Video Capabilities Overview Streaming Movies Adding Applications to Your EZ Media & Backup Center Application Overview Application Installation Application Manager Starting or stopping an application Adding applications Removing applications Software Updates Auto-update process: installing a device software update Manual update process: installing a device software update Backing up and Recovering Your EZ Media &...
Legal Open Source Warranty Information Limited Warranty Notice Limited Warranty for Iomega Products Regulatory Information Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement Canadian Verification European Union - Compliance to the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive Important WEEE Information European Union RoHS India RoHS California Perchlorate Information Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Cable and Cord Notice Recycling and environmental information Export classification notice...
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Setup Overview It's easy to set up your EZ Media & Backup Center: Remove it from the box, connect it to your network switch or hub, and then power it up. ● Launch a web browser and either enter the Setup URL, http://setup.lenovoemc.com, or use the ●...
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center About the EZ Media & Backup Center Components Front Panel Status Indicators, Buttons and Ports 1. Power/Status Indicator — Displays the current operational status of the EZ Media. Solid White — EZ Media is healthy. ●...
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Rear Panel 1. Security Lock — Connect a security cable to prevent theft. 2. Power Button — Use the power button to power the EZ Media on and off. 3. USB Connector — Supports devices such as USB storage devices. 4.
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Connecting the EZ Media & Backup Center to Your Network Check Package Contents Verify that the box contains the following items: EZ Media (models may vary) Power Adapter and Cord Quick Start Guide Ethernet Cable Package contents may vary.
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center To set up your EZ Media, open a web browser and go to http://setup.lenovoemc.com, or enter the device IP address or the model name "LenovoEZ" in your computer's web browser. Device Setup will launch automatically the first time you access your EZ Media and guide you through configuring basic setup options.
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Safety Information Observe the following guidelines when using your EZ Media & Backup Center: Follow all instructions marked on the EZ Media and in the documentation. ● Use only the power supply provided with the EZ Media. ●...
Discovery Using LenovoEMC Storage Manager You can install LenovoEMC Storage Manager from the LenovoEMC web support site. Select the Lenovo tab on the support home page, and then select your EZ Media. Look for LenovoEMC Storage Manager under Downloads and Updates.
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Windows XP: 1. If you have not enabled UPnP Discovery, click Start > Help and Support. 2. In the Help and Support browser, search for UPnP and follow the steps from “Install the UPnP framework”.
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Setting Up Favorite Features After you complete device setup, the EZ Media management console will open and display default Favorite Features based on options you selected during setup. Select All Features to see additional features available on your EZ Media. If you want to add any of these to your Favorites, just click and drag the icon from the All Features screen to the Favorite Features tab.
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Setting Up Additional Features After completing device setup, you may want to configure additional features of your EZ Media. Refer to the sections under Device Configuration Options for information on configuring many basic features. More complex features are covered by other sections of this manual.
Setting up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Device Setup Device Setup runs automatically when you first access the EZ Media and steps you through configuring basic device options. If you want to change these configuration settings later on, you can run setup again by selecting the Device Setup icon under All Features in the EZ Media device management console.
Device Configuration Options Network Settings The Network feature enables you to view and change the network configuration settings on your EZ Media. You can use Network to identify your DNS servers and WINS servers and how your system's IP address is determined. Most system IP addresses and other network settings can normally be configured automatically.
Device Configuration Options Manually Configuring Network Settings Changing Network Configuration Settings Click the Network icon to open the Network feature. Click Modify network settings. To manually set static IP addresses, remove the check mark for Automatically configure DNS, WINS, and all IP addresses (DHCP). DNS Servers —...
Device Configuration Options Naming Your EZ Media & Backup Center You can provide a meaningful name for your EZ Media using the Device Identification feature. This feature enables you to change the Storage Device Name, the Storage Device Descriptive Name, and the Workgroup Name.
Device Configuration Options Customizing Access to Features on Your EZ Media & Backup Center Feature Selection (FS) enables an administrator user to customize the device management console for non-admin users. Using FS, an admin can enable the display of certain features and disable others. In addition, an admin can provide non-administrator users access to certain features by setting permissions for those users.
Device Configuration Options Obtaining Alerts About Your EZ Media & Backup Center You can configure your EZ Media to send email alerts when problems are detected. This is done through the Email notification feature, which enables you to set up a destination for emails sent by the EZ Media when problems are detected.
Device Configuration Options Tracing Events on Your EZ Media & Backup Center The Event Logs feature displays only the 1000 most recent events logged to the EZ Media. A complete event log, however, is available for download. The following icons indicate the severity of each status message: INFORMATION ●...
Device Configuration Options Obtaining System Status for Your EZ Media & Backup Center The device management console displays overall system health and space usage information. The System Status feature provides additional status details and a control panel that enables you to: Blink the lights ●...
Device Configuration Options Status The Status Information section displays changes to or issues with your EZ Media. If an issue requires user action to resolve, such as a warning or error message, the EZ Media management console displays a link in the status message.
Device Configuration Options Using Your EZ Media & Backup Center in Various Time Zones You can set the date and time used on your EZ Media, so that it can appear to be in one time zone, when it actually may be in a different one. This can help your users have the correct date and time if they live and work in a location different from your EZ Media.
Device Configuration Options Setting the Display Language for Your EZ Media & Backup Center You can set the display language for your EZ Media through the Languages feature. The Languages page allows you to change the language used in email notification messages. The language used by the EZ Media management interface is based on the preferences configured in your browser.
Securing Your EZ Media & Backup Center and Contents How Do I Secure My EZ Media & Backup Center? Your EZ Media is automatically secured during Device Setup. This creates an administrator user login, secures all Shares to protect content stored on your device from unauthorized access, and encrypts communications when using the web-based device management interface.
Securing Your EZ Media & Backup Center and Contents Security Settings Only administrator users can view or change settings on the EZ Media, To change any security settings, you must login to the device management interface as an admin user. 1.
Users Users Overview The Users feature displays all users on the EZ Media and enables administrators to add and modify users. Non-administrator users can be added to enable controlled access to Share content. Additional administrator users can be added to allow specific users to configure the EZ Media. The table displays the Username and Descriptive Name for each user.
Users Adding Users To add a user on your EZ Media: Click the Users icon to add or modify users on the EZ Media. Click Add a user. Enter the following information: Username — enter the username of the user to be created. This is the username for logging ●...
Users Managing Users The section describes how to: Change User Information ● Change User Access Permissions ● Changing User Information You can change user information for existing users on the EZ Media, but you cannot change the username. If you want to change a username, delete the existing user and create a new user with the new username. Expand the user list and click a user to modify the following information: Descriptive Name —...
Users Changing User Access Permissions 1. Expand Access Permissions to change Share access permissions for the selected user. 2. To give this user access to a specific set of Shares, click Add access permissions. 3. In the Add Access Permissions pop-up window, select which Shares this user can access, and click Apply.
Sharing Files Sharing Overview Your EZ Media & Backup Center is set up for storing, retrieving, and accessing files among users, client computers, and applications. File sharing is accomplished by: Creating Shares ● Creating users and setting access permissions ● Setting up media services ●...
Sharing Files Shares What are Shares and How Do I Organize Content with Them? Shares are folders that contain all types of content, including documents, pictures, and music files. Shares are secured by default, which means access to content in them is limited to users with specified privileges.
Sharing Files Active Folders Follow the link to the Active Folder options for information on configuring each: Email Distribution ● Facebook ● Flickr ● Photo Resize ● YouTube ● Adding Shares 1. Click the Shares icon to open the feature management page. 2.
Sharing Files Managing Shares You can change Share information, change access permissions, make a Share an Active Folder, use Share volumes, and modify a Share volume. The Application Data share is created automatically when you install an application that requires data storage on the EZ Media network storage device.
Sharing Files Making a Share an Active Folder 1. You can optionally enable Active Folders on a Share to allow you to associate this Share with a specific feature that will happen automatically when files are copied to the Share. For example, you can enable a Share as a social media active folder to upload a file to a social media site.
Sharing Files Using Protocols to Share Files What Are Protocols and How Do I Use Them to Share Files? Your EZ Media & Backup Center uses communication protocols to mount file systems and allow files to be transferred between client computers and the EZ Media. The EZ Media includes the following protocols for file sharing: Apple Filing Protocol / Time Machine ●...
Sharing Files Click to select either FTP or secure FTP (SFTP) or both. If you select and enable SFTP, you cannot have the secure rsync protocol enabled. When you turn on FTP, you can send files to your EZ Media. TFTP On the Protocols page, click the switch to turn on TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) and allow access to your EZ Media &...
Sharing Files Sharing Content through the Home Page Sharing Your Content with the World When you set up the Home Page for your EZ Media & Backup Center, you are presenting content to anyone who accesses your EZ Media from an internet browser. That content includes a slideshow and Shares where you have set access permissions for Everyone.
Sharing Files Applying the Customized Home Page Click the Home Page Settings icon to access the feature settings. Select Customized home page settings. In the Home Page Name field, enter the name of the start page of your custom home page. By default, the name is index.html.
Sharing Files Automatically Sending Content to Multiple People at Once You can send content to multiple people at once using an email distribution active folder. You can configure a Share as an Email Active Folder so that when you add files to that Share, they are automatically sent to the recipients on the email distribution list.
Sharing Files Sharing Content Using Social Media: Overview If you have an account with social media services such as Facebook, Flickr, or YouTube, you can share content on your EZ Media & Backup Center with your friends and family using one or more of these social media sites.
Sharing Files Managing Your Content You manage content on your EZ Media & Backup Center using the Content Viewer. The Content Viewer is a graphical file browser that lets you view and manage content in the Shares on your EZ Media from the device management console or the LenovoEMC Storage Manager.
Sharing Files Transferring Content to and from Your EZ Media & Backup Center with Copy Jobs You can transfer content to and from your EZ Media using the Copy Jobs feature. Copy Jobs copies files from one storage device to another, either by a set schedule or immediately by the user. An example of a Copy Job scenario is if you keep pictures from your digital camera on a separate USB drive, but you also want to maintain a backup of these pictures on your EZ Media.
Sharing Files Getting Content from a USB External Storage Device You can transfer content to your EZ Media & Backup Center from external USB storage devices. The External Storage page displays a list of externally connected storage devices. You can connect supported external storage to your EZ Media using one of the provided USB ports.
Drive Management Managing Drives The Drive Management feature shows drive model and size information. Global Drive Management Settings Click Settings to access the global drive management settings available on your EZ Media. Select the link Perform an offline file system check then reboot if any of the following conditions exist on your EZ Media: Data is unavailable ○...
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Backup and Restore Overview Your EZ Media & Backup Center provides many ways to back up and restore content. To back up content to and restore content from your EZ Media, you can use: Time Machine ●...
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Backing up to and Restoring from Your EZ Media & Backup Center Backing up Macs with Time Machine You can use Time Machine to back up a Mac client computer to the EZ Media network storage device. Follow the instructions below to set up Time Machine backups to your EZ Media: Connect your Mac to your EZ Media using Apple File Protocol (AFP).
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Backing up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Copy Jobs Transferring Content to and from Your EZ Media & Backup Center with Copy Jobs You can transfer content to and from your EZ Media using the Copy Jobs feature. Copy Jobs copies files from one storage device to another, either by a set schedule or immediately by the user.
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Adding Copy Jobs 1. On the Copy Jobs page, click . A Copy Job is added to the top of the list and the Information section displays. 2. Enter a name for the Copy Job. 3.
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Only the contents of the selected folder — copies the contents of the selected folder; not ● the folder itself. If the destination is a folder, the files and folders in the selected folder are copied directly to it (the source folder name is not copied).
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Managing Copy Jobs From the Copy Jobs page, you can add, start, stop, delete, or monitor Copy Jobs. After you have added Copy Jobs, the Copy Jobs page displays a list of Copy Jobs. The information section includes the name of each Copy Job, date and time it last ran, and its next scheduled time.
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Registering with Avamar for Backup and Restore Avamar is backup and recovery server software that uses deduplication to eliminate redundant copies of data, reducing the required storage space. For example, your EZ Media & Backup Center might have 100 email messages with the same 1 MB attachment.
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Backing up with Amazon S3 The Amazon S3 online storage service allows you to back up your EZ Media & Backup Center to the cloud. Enabling the Amazon S3 Feature On the Amazon S3 page, click the switch on. If you do not have an Amazon S3 account, click the link to create an account.
Backing up and Restoring Your Content Backing up with LenovoEMC Personal Cloud You can back up content on your EZ Media & Backup Center by creating a Copy Job from the LenovoEMC Personal Cloud hosted on the device to another LifeLine-based network storage device that is a member of the same Personal Cloud.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World What Is LenovoEMC Personal Cloud ? LenovoEMC Personal Cloud turns your EZ Media & Backup Center into a hub for sharing files and backing up data among computers anywhere in the world. A Personal Cloud can exist on your EZ Media & Backup Center, or on another LenovoEMC network device.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Is My Content Secure? Your content is always secure using LenovoEMC Personal Cloud. Each user on a Personal Cloud is required to enter a valid username and password when accessing your EZ Media. You can use your Personal Cloud to share content with the people you choose.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Creating a LenovoEMC Personal Cloud Before you can work with your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud, you first create a Personal Cloud and configure the settings. Click the Personal Cloud icon to open the feature page. Expand the Configure section.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Configuring Router Port Forwarding for Personal Cloud In most cases, your EZ Media attempts to automatically configure your router. However, if it cannot, a message displays that your router is not configured for port forwarding, and you must manually configure your router to forward a specific port to your EZ Media.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Configuring Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud As a LenovoEMC Personal Cloud administrator, you can manage various settings on your Personal Cloud to ensure that it functions as efficiently as possible. Settings include specifying an email address when sending invitations.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Inviting People onto Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud When you invite people to join your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud, you are actually selecting from existing users on your EZ Media, or adding people as users on your EZ Media. In addition, you are optionally allowing them to join a trusted device to your Personal Cloud.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Joining a Trusted Device to LenovoEMC Personal Cloud You can join your EZ Media as a trusted device on the Personal Cloud hosted on another LenovoEMC network storage device if you have been given permission by the Personal Cloud administrator. You cannot join your trusted device to a Personal Cloud if you have not been added as a user on the Personal Cloud.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Managing Trusted Devices on a Personal Cloud As administrator of a LenovoEMC Personal Cloud hosted on your EZ Media, you can manage trusted devices on your Personal Cloud. Trusted devices can be disconnected, or you can completely delete a trusted device from the Personal Cloud.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Using Copy Jobs with a LenovoEMC Personal Cloud You can create Copy Jobs that can transfer data from one trusted device to another through the Personal Cloud. When you add a trusted device to your Personal Cloud, a Copy Jobs icon displays next to that device in the trusted device table.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Disabling or Deleting Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud When you disable your Personal Cloud, you eliminate access to your Personal Cloud without deleting the account information you created when you set up the Personal Cloud. Later, if you want to re-enable your Personal Cloud, you can do so without re-entering all the account information.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Accessing Content Using Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud You can share content on your EZ Media through your Personal Cloud. You can set access permissions to Shares on your EZ Media to make content accessible to all users of your Personal Cloud, or you can restrict access to specific users.
Personal Cloud: Accessing Your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud From Anywhere in the World Informing Users What to Do with LenovoEMC Personal Cloud LenovoEMC Personal Cloud enables invited users to access your EZ Media from the web. They enter the Personal Cloud URL, myCloudName.mylenovoemc.com, in a web browser, using the name of your Personal Cloud in place of "myCloudName", and when prompted, enter a valid username and password for your EZ Media.
Sharing Content Using Social Media Sharing Content Using Social Media: Overview If you have an account with social media services such as Facebook, Flickr, or YouTube, you can share content on your EZ Media & Backup Center with your friends and family using one or more of these social media sites.
Sharing Content Using Social Media Facebook Facebook is a social network to connect with friends and family. You can configure a Share as a Facebook Active Folder so that photos and movies added to that Share are automatically uploaded to your Facebook account.
Sharing Content Using Social Media Flickr Flickr is a photo sharing network for sharing photos with friends and family. You can configure a Share as a Flickr Active Folder so that images and albums added to that Share are automatically uploaded to your Flickr account.
Sharing Content Using Social Media YouTube YouTube is a social media site to share video content. You can configure a Share as a YouTube Active Folder so that videos added to that Share are automatically uploaded to your YouTube account. Refer to Managing Shares on page 36 for more information on managing Shares and Active Folders.
Sharing Content Using Social Media Share Content through LenovoEMC Personal Cloud You can share your multimedia content with friends and family through a LenovoEMC Personal Cloud. Refer to the LenovoEMC Personal Cloud section for more information. Share Content through LenovoEMC Personal Cloud...
Media Management Media Management Overview The EZ Media has a built-in Media Server feature. When this feature is turned on, the Media Server scans for media content in all Shares that have media sharing enabled. Media content contained in these Shares is then accessible from the EZ Media to any media player on your network, even if the Share is secured.
Media Management Media Services Capabilities and Limitations One important consideration when using the Media Server feature is that it can share media content on your EZ Media with anyone on the internet. When media sharing is enabled, internet users, including those users on mobile devices running the LenovoEMC Link, can access media content on your EZ Media.
Media Management Sharing Media Content over the Internet There are two methods for sharing media content on your EZ Media with anyone on the internet. You can enable internet access on the Media Server page. Alternatively, you can enable internet access by configuring your LenovoEMC Personal Cloud.
Media Management Media Aggregation If you have multiple Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) servers in your network that have media content, you can combine all media content into one view by enabling aggregation on your EZ Media. When you enable aggregation, all media content on DLNA servers is available for playback using a DLNA player, such as Playstation®, Windows Media Player®, or Xbox®.
Media Management Social Media Sharing You can share media content, such as movies and pictures, using social media sites like Facebook, Flickr, or YouTube. Refer to the Sharing Content Using Social Media section for more information. Social Media Sharing...
Media Management Streaming Music, Movies, and Pictures The Media Server supports playback of videos, music and pictures from any UPnP AV (Universal Plug and Play Audio Visual) network media players, such as Playstation, Windows Media Player, or Xbox. You can play back all your media files from your individual home computers by enabling media aggregation on your EZ Media.
Media Management Photos Photos Overview Your EZ Media has multiple ways to manage your pictures. Your EZ Media can: Stream pictures that are in Shares with media sharing enabled ● Display pictures on the Home Page in a slideshow ● Automatically resize pictures ●...
Media Management Configuring a Photo Resize Active Folder Click the Shares icon. Select a Share to use as a Photo Resize Active Folder, and click to expand the Active Folder section. Check Enable. Select Photo Resize from the drop-down menu. You can set a size for your pictures.
Media Management Music Music Overview If you have music files in media-sharing enabled folders on your EZ Media, those music files can be streamed by a DLNA player running on a computer on the network. Streaming Music The EZ Media has a built-in media server that, when turned on, scans for music in specific folders that have media sharing enabled.
Media Management Videos Video Capabilities Overview Your EZ Media & Backup Center has multiple ways to manage your videos. Your EZ Media can: Stream movies that are in Shares with media sharing enabled ● Upload videos that are added to Shares associated with social media sites ●...
Adding Applications to Your EZ Media & Backup Center Application Overview You can install supported applications on your EZ Media using the Application Manager page. For each application installed you may have the option to uninstall, start, and stop the application. Application Overview...
Adding Applications to Your EZ Media & Backup Center Application Installation Certain applications on your EZ Media must be installed before you can use them. When you click on an uninstalled application in the EZ Media management console, you open the feature page of the application. To install the application, click the install link.
Adding Applications to Your EZ Media & Backup Center Application Manager The Application Manager page allows you to add applications to your EZ Media from an installation file located on your computer. For each application installed you may have the option to uninstall, start, and stop the application.
Adding Applications to Your EZ Media & Backup Center Software Updates The Software Updates page identifies the EZ Media software status and provides the ability to update the software for the EZ Media. Auto-update process: installing a device software update In the table listing the current software installed on your EZ Media, click in the Action column to check for updates.
Adding Applications to Your EZ Media & Backup Center The EZ Media will be temporarily inaccessible during the software update. Be sure no critical files are being accessed. Software Updates...
Backing up and Recovering Your EZ Media & Backup Center Settings Backing Up Your EZ Media & Backup Center Settings The Configuration Backup and Restore page allows you to back up and restore system configuration information. Backing up a configuration saves various system properties, including users, groups, device identification, and Share names and permissions.
Hardware Management Energy Saving The Energy Saving feature provides power settings for the EZ Media. Power Down Drives Click the Power Down Drives drop-down menu to select how much idle time should be allowed to elapse before the EZ Media powers down the drives. Drives automatically power back up when the EZ Media accesses them.
Hardware Management Factory Reset Factory Reset returns the EZ Media to its original state. This feature is useful if you give your EZ Media to someone else. Factory Reset provides two options for returning your EZ Media to its original state: Quickly delete all data —...
Hardware Management Troubleshooting Routers If you encounter a problem while connecting or using your EZ Media, check the topics listed below for possible solutions. If you have properly set port forwarding on your router and remote access still does not work, you may have multiple routers on your network.
Hardware Management Configuring Port Forwarding on Double NAT Networks If for some reason the network configuration cannot be changed and your setup requires the double NAT, you must perform the port forwarding steps twice. On the primary router, set the port forwarding to the cascaded router's external IP address.
Hardware Management Log in to your router and write down the DHCP range it is using. Refer to your router's documentation for more information on configuring DHCP settings. Navigate to the IP address settings interface page on your EZ Media . For more information, check the Network Settings section of this manual.
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Additional Support Support The Support feature opens the LenovoEMC web site where you can get more information about your EZ Media. The Support page provides access to content for learning more about using and supporting your EZ Media. Refer to the LenovoEMC Support site for more information. Support...
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