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What file-level data storage device is accessed for a network and often uses SMB/CIFS?

A. NAS

B. SAN

C. VOL

D. Dynamic Drive

Explanation:
Network attached storage (NAS) is a file-level data storage device connected to a computer network to
provide shared drives or folders, usually using SMB/CIFS. NAS devices usually contain multiple drives in a
form of RAID for fault tolerance and are managed usually using a web interface.

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