I copied data from a unix security style qtree to a volume at a second filer which security style is NTFS only. We are working in a clean windows environment. So I created a CIFS share for that folder and Windows User everyone has full access like it is the standard method for a new share.
I can browse to some folders normally. But at some folders and subfolders I get an access denied. In the security options of the root folder I activated booth checks to replace the permissions in all subdirs.
But although I cant access the aforesaid folders.
With NetApp System Manager I can correctly browse to all folders when I wanna create an new share.
Hope you can follow my problem and my improvable English
The source files were from a volume with security style of UNIX. Should I read that these files are coming from an NFS/Unix system?
Might want to ensure that your new volume has create_ucode and convert_ucode options set to ON.
To troubleshoot access, you might also want to turn the cifs trace_login option to ON on the filer console. This will throw debug messages to the filer console upon CIFS access and generally provide good pointers to the problem.