Network Storage Protocols Discussions
we have problems to migrate our file server to the new fas2040 cifs enviroment with keeping the old netbios servername
after successfully syncronised the data file we are disabled the old fileserver, on the fas2040 we added a alias ipaddress and a alias netbios name from the old file server
we left the old dns pointer for the file server, additional we configured on the fas2040 the wins servers. after we customized that the cifs service on fas2040 was restarted automaticly.
we can ping the fas2040 over netbios nd fqdn name from the old file server but when we try to access the shares over a w2k3 server an xpsp3 clients with
or login scripts
we always becomes a error message that we have not enough rights to access the network ressource.
\\fas2040\share woks well........
does somebody know this problem ???
i was happy about all postings.......
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Have you verified the ACL setting for accessing the share ?
Try Mapping the share as a drive and use alternate login-id ( say of administrator ) and see if the problem persists...
the acl´s are checked and are right
we have tried to connect with "net use" as domain administrator and become the same error
when i trie this with the correct filer name works well
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ups, i have not intended that the solution would be so easy.....
thanks for postink, i will be check this solution asap and give you feedback
@mrousseau wrote:try thishttps://now.netapp.com/Knowledgebase/solutionarea.asp?id=kb31272
Sadly the link doesn't work anymore. I even tried googling kb31272 and didn't find anything, and looking within the internal kb didn't surface anything.
@NIHAndrew wrote:@mrousseau wrote:try thishttps://now.netapp.com/Knowledgebase/solutionarea.asp?id=kb31272Sadly the link doesn't work anymore. I even tried googling kb31272 and didn't find anything, and looking within the internal kb didn't surface anything.
After a search on the KB for "file server migration" the second hit showed what this link is suppose to point to:
The alias is the name of the old storage system and the computer account in the Active Domain (AD) prevented access to that alias.
Delete the computer account for the old Windows file server from the domain.
Rerun cifs nbalias load on the new storage system.