Change Surveillance Station Directory


By default, Synology NAS would choose a primary disk and set the surveillance station directory on it, but sometimes we might want to pick the other hard disk to store all our surveillance recording videos, so below is the way how to do it correctly.

When you accessed the control panel, enter the “Shared Folder”, inside the Shared folder there are a few¬†default system folder that already been there after you setup the Synology NAS.

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“Edit shared folder surveillance” option will prompt, and you can pick volume 2 as the location.

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Synology NAS will move all the Surveillance Station directories to volume 2 accordingly.

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As a result, you can see that the “Surveillance” volume had been changed to “volume 2” at the end.

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