the question maybe a basic one, but could not figure it out myself. Please see the following
"share1" is the share I created, and everyone has the full access. The filer has been setup in a domain controller. from window site, I don't have the problem to access "netapp" share, but why I can not access "share1"? Please help me out.
the following error on my laptop where I am trying to map the share, it's kind of missleading. the first, it shows me access denied, then it shows me the following message, after I tried more than one times:
After I create a brand new volume. It works now. You are absolutely right, I should not use that volume. Thanks a lot!
now, I have a follow-up question.
I can log into the share by using the ID and password on the NAS storage. What should I do to use one of DC ID's to log into it? since this NAS has already been included in the DC domain, If I use a DC id, I am getting the same error window as shown in my early message. This share has FULL CONTROL to EVERYONE.
I got that resolved. What I meant is to use id and password to get the access to the share when I map the share on my laptop.
Just one more question, it seems my questions never end.
what relationship between shares and qtree. Based on the following output, I have a share "cifsshare" created on /vol/cifstest, then any qtree exist in this picture? or is the qtree the directory I created under the share? anyway I can see the directory on the NAS?
1) Qtree =quota tree . Its a logical partition inside the volume used to provide quota management . Used in IPSAN enviornment to hold the lun . A volume can have multiple qtree's to hold multiple lun .Also used in NAS enviornment to provide storage to multiple shares .
Structure - /vol/volumename/qtree
2) Share is created in NAS enviornment for accessing the share resources to whom having appropriate rights