Use CLI to change security settings

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Use CLI to change security settings

Unread post by davidktx » Sat Jan 27, 2018 7:54 am

How can I use the Command Line Interface (CLI) of a SSH session to change the Synology NAS security settings; specifically set the "Enhance browser compatibility by skipping IP checking."

I am locked out of all of and only my administration accounts using the web browser with "You are not authorized to use this service." and many have suggested this is the culprit. I can ssh into the Synology NAS with the same credentials just fine.

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