Hi Mr Ratnaweera,
Thanks for your reply..
I have spotted a few of your other replies around the forum and see that after many years you have had a hand in the development of Moodle..
Unfortunately I didn't find your reply to a question in the Synology thread to be of actual use.. So I found that by making a tutorial for others, it should help them not face the same difficulty that I faced getting my own Moodle up and running so that my students could access it to further their study.
It's a bit the same for your reply here..
Actually I am very familiar with forum layouts and have thousands of posts in tech forums across the net and have also been feely quick to jump on people who post into the wrong sections..
In this instance, I had done my research and waded through a maze of sub forums before deciding to post here..
Thus if you feel its in the wrong.spot, please use your mod powers and get it shifted..
As to the Google comments...
no need for those..
Google has helped me immensely over these last two weeks to get the site up and running.. Unfortunately Google also seems.to like to throw up outdated information on Moodle and as its still a work in motion.. I look forward to the batch command that I was looking for..
A duplication of a set of folders across multiple clients within the Moodle system done by a teacher or administrator.
So to finish up..as its getting late here in the land of Aus..
I look forward to working with Moodle more and sharing my experience .. As you can see by my setup, it is only small but serves it purpose and already after only a week, more then 20 mature age students are very glad that I have made the effort to use this platform in which to further their study..
Enjoy your coming week Mr Ratnaweera...
It's small steps up the learning curve for a lot of new users..