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MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

CSCHNAPPINGER

Hello NetApp Community,

I hope you can help me solving a curious problem ...

I created a MultiStore that will be used to be a MultiStore for CIFS shares, granted expected rights on the qtree etc.

Everything worked fine at the configuration and I'm able to mount the share. Now when I try to create a folder via Windows, I'm not allowed to do this because of missing access rights, but files e.g. Word documents, JPG files I can simply create, remove, modify in that created qtree...

Have you got any idea, why I cannot create folders but files ?

thanks a lot

best regards,

Chris

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Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

peter_lehmann

Sounds like you are sharing a qtree with the "unix" security style...

check with:

filer> qtree status "/vol/volname/qtreename"

change with:

filer> qtree security "/vol/volname/qtreename" ntfs

then the ACL's should show up.

Peter

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Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

CSCHNAPPINGER

The root volume where the MultiStore is homed is a unis style ...

qtree command on the vfiler gives the following screen:

qtree: This command is deprecated; using qtree status.

Volume   Tree     Style Oplocks  Status

-------- -------- ----- -------- ---------

san01_vfiler1          ntfs  enabled  normal

san01_vfiler1_vol1          ntfs  enabled  normal

san01_vfiler1_vol1 Daten    ntfs  enabled  normal

thanks

Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

peter_lehmann

does the vfiler have its own volume, or is it qtree based?

wouldn't hurt to change the security style on the volume to ntfs too, if possible.

filer> qtree security /vol/volname ntfs

Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

CSCHNAPPINGER

the vfiler has got its own home volume and a additional volume assigned, in which the qtree exists

Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

kumaraysun

Hi,

If this is part of Active directory domain , check to see if there is any group policy blocking the same , Also if you have the Fplocy enabled on netapp filer check if there are any restrictions in that.

kumaresan

Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

CSCHNAPPINGER

Hi kumaraysun,

yes it's part of the Active Directory domain but there are no restrictions.

How to i check fpolicy's on the vfiler ? I didn't create any ..

have you got any other suggestions ?

thanks

Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

RAFAEL_GUEDES

Hi Cristian,

Could you provide some outputs please?

From vfiler0:

vfiler status -a

From vfiler CIFS:

cifs shares

cifs sessions -c

fsecurity show /vol/san01_vfiler1_vol1/Daten

Re: MultiStores vs. CIFS Share problem

CSCHNAPPINGER

hey guys,

it was my fault ! sorry !!!

Generally we have not got any cifs license - but we thought we got one and I never checked - and I think that will cause the problem ...

I'm so sorry .... but thank you for your help !

have a nice day

Chris

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