Need help getting started?  Curious what you can do with your new system?  Our videos will serve to guide you on your journey to getting the most out of your hardware investment.

Getting Started

Installing From Windows

A guide on installing unRAID Server OS 6 to a USB flash device from a Microsoft Windows workstation.

Installing from Mac OS X

A guide on installing unRAID Server OS 6 to a USB flash device from a Mac OS X device (running Yosemite).

Configuring Your BIOS

Learn how to configure your BIOS settings for the best experience with unRAID.

Initial Setup

A guide on configuring your unRAID Server OS 6 system after it is booted.  From installing a registration key to starting your array.

Disk and User Shares

A guide on disk and user shares on unRAID 6. Learn how to simplify the management and categorization of data on your unRAID system.

Updating the OS

A guide to checking for and applying system updates to the OS.

Enabling VM Management

A guide to enabling the use of VMs on unRAID Server OS 6.

Installing a Windows VM

Step-by-step guide on how to install Windows 10 as a virtual machine on unRAID 6.


Introducing unRAID Server OS 6

Learn how to gain the ultimate control over your data and applications.

unRAID Server OS 6.1 Overview

Our latest release of unRAID Server OS features support for SSD stand-by mode, customizable images, and the OpenELEC VM template.  This video explains all of these updates in detail.

Managing Game Libraries with User Shares

Learn how to more efficiently manage your game library through user shares, enabling you to easily move games between high-performance and high-capacity storage without needing to reinstall them.

Streaming Windows Virtual Desktops

A brief demonstration of the difference in user experience between VNC and Microsoft RDP for connecting to and interacting with Windows-based virtual machines on unRAID.

How-to Convert a VM from VMWare to unRAID KVM

A demonstration of how you can download a pre-built Windows virtual machine directly from Microsoft in VMWare format, then convert it seamlessly to run on unRAID 6. The steps inside can be used against any VMWare VM to convert to unRAID KVM.

Back to Top