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Export policy

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Hey there,

 

Lets say OnCommand Systems Manager 9.1P2 we have the following rule indexs 1 & 2.  On index 1, we allow all the subnets but on index 2 we don't want a certain subnet.  Can somebody confirm this is right direction?  I read that the higher rule index that is being evaluated will overide the lower rule index.

 

Samples:

 

1 - xxx.xxx.x60.0/19 (in which we allow all subnets at our place).

 

2  xxx.xxx.x70.0/24 (uncheck both  read-only and read/write on access details)

 

Thanks,

TT

Re: Export policy

Hi

 

IMHO you should change the order so the fist rule matches and gives an access denied.

 

Kind regards

Dario

Re: Export policy

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I tried it and neither work.  Do I have to enable SMB first?

 

 

Thanks,

TT

Re: Export policy

You want to use it for SMB and not for NFS?

 

You have to enable the export-policy for SMB first:

 

set -privilege advanced
server cifs options modify -vserver vserver_name -is-exportpolicy-enabled true

Re: Export policy

 

For windows shares (CIFS).  I guess its part of the SMB...

Re: Export policy

So you need to enable the mentioned option, otherwise the export-policies will not be enforced by the system...