Network Storage Protocols Discussions
I have some problem in cifs,
I have a volume name vol1 and share by cifs,
before I create qtree,it can let me login normaly,
but when I create a qtree name qtree,
and put the vol1 to qtree,
I found that I can't login by cifs,
so I delete qtree and cleare all relation configuration,
but I still can't login by cifs,
please help me~
Thank you very much~
A common mistake is a wrong security style on the qtree.
Please check with
the column "style", saying wether a qtree has a security style unix, ntfs or mixed. By this style you specify which directory service first is queried for credentials.
Change style with
>qtree security <path> [unix | ntfs | mixed]
If no login is possible at all, check domain infos
are there any AD-controllers, right domain, are *you* in the same or a trusted domain (trust relations?) etc.?
Maybe also a simple time issue: when storage time differs more than 5minutes from AD controller, no authentication is possible (Kerberos "feature")
Maybe some of this may help.
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