Network Storage Protocols Discussions
IHAC that we have just upgraded to 7.3.4 in order to gain advantage of the SMB 2.0 protocol for his Windows machines.
The problem is that he has some Mac OS 10.5.4 workstations that cannot connect anymore to the platform since the upgrade from 126.96.36.199
Do you know if there are any command line that could force the Mac to connect to the NetApp through SMB 1.0 ? It seems that the problem comes from there.
You could disable SMB 2.0 altogether ?
options cifs.smb2.enable off
At your service,
The problem is that he wants to use SMB 2.0 for the Windows servers and workstations.
Think you'll find this is an issue with that version of Mac OS. We had it last year and it turned out some older Mac's with 10.5 and earlier you needed to use the FQDN to get to shares etc, also Macs can be unhappy with long share names.
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