Hey bro, I see that you tried to enable the storage section (for iSCSI and RAID goodies). [Was looking at what you set in your define.js]
I find that if you lie to the webUI by putting these values in for the model ID, that these magically turn on.
var DEV_NAME = " [WD My Cloud EX1100 ™]";
var MODEL_NAME = "BG2Y";
If you look in the cramfs volume of the gen2, in /usr/local/modules/web/pages_MirrorMan you will find that there is a section for the EX1100, with the stock define.js for it. It appears that the Gen2 and this unit share a common code base, and the Gen2 comes stock with the iSCSI modules ready and waiting to be loaded. I am going to play with leaving this config set to assure reliability/utility. (The RAID config is kinda useless given that it only has 1 sata port, but iSCSI has both target and initiator goodies, and volume virtualization is able to be turned on, meaning the MyCloud can connect with iSCSI volumes and present them locally for use by the RAID config system, if somebody REALLY wanted to.)
I have not actually attempted creation of an iSCSI target at this time-- instead, I am going to see if a manually created USB RAID shows up in the RAID section for management. I have a fancy 8port USB hub I can drop a bunch of identical sticks into for basic testing, which I think I will do here in a day or two. If that works, I will attempt creation of iSCSI targets, and try mounting them from the windows machine I keep upstairs.
This is just a heads up that the functionality appears able to be turned on. I will test function sometime later this week when I have the time.