I am requesting any information the group may have on what is the best way to migrate NetApp filers to a new domain, WHILE translating the SIDHistory for the CIFS ACLS. I was led to believe that there was a "native" tool for this, but have yet to find one. I am not looking for 3rd party tools, because the migration is to end on Oct 1st and we do not have enough time to purchase any 3rd party software.
We are using the ADMT v3.0 tool to migrate all Active Directory objects from "Domain1" to "Domain2" I want to ensure that "Domain1\Group1" will be translated to "Domain2\Group1"
To Brendon's point, you can definitely use 'cifs shares' in order to get a defined list of information about your shares.
Taking it a step further as well, you can take a look at the contents of /etc/cifsconfig_share.cfg which will provide you with the GUID's which are assigned to the individual shares.
If via using ADMT you migrate SIDHistory as well as the GUID's across, you shouldn't have much of a problem once you cut the filer from Domain1 to Domain2.
Do be careful to make sure and review the list of what you're migrating to make sure that you don't run into any odd duplicates, or end up not migrating over a particular user or group with its respective SID and GUID.
Once you've defined that you indeed have replicated this over, and that the data will match on both sides you can simply point it over to the new domain "Domain2" and if CIFS is configured correctly on the filer (talking to the new domain controllers) as far as the filer is concerned the data populated in that /etc/cifsconfig_share.cfg will not have changed as it remains static referencing GUID's all day long.
Hopefully this helps in what you're doing, luckily (unless I'm mistaken) you're only doing a domain migration and not an actual filer or data migration, so it's merely a matter of resolution and ACL verification!
I know this is an old post, but I had quite a few issues using subinacl against NetApp filers and SetAcl caused some inheritance breakage issues when making changes against certain shares so I took the time to code up a version of subinacl that works better with NetApps and is multithreaded to support changes on large volumes.
It's available at the link below (free, open source). Feature suggestions welcome.