We are running a folder structure actually accessed by NFS on a Clustered Ontap 8.3.
In future we would like to access the same data by SMB/CIFS only.
By changing the qtree security style from UNIX to NTFS everything seems fine. But I have seen, that the folders in the qtree, originally created from the Linux server the qtree was mounted to, still have an "effective security style" of unix in place (with bgs_smb_fil1_data1 as the volume [changed to ntfs too], bgs-data as the qtree [ntfs], documents a folder):
bgsstg1::*> vserver security file-directory show -vserver bgs_smb_fil1 -path /bgs_smb_fil1_data1/bgs-data/documents
Vserver: bgs_smb_fil1 File Path: /bgs_smb_fil1_data1/bgs-data/documents Security Style: ntfs Effective Style: unix DOS Attributes: 10 DOS Attributes in Text: ----D--- Expanded Dos Attributes: - Unix User Id: 502 Unix Group Id: 502 Unix Mode Bits: 755 Unix Mode Bits in Text: rwxr-xr-x ACLs: -
Is there a way to change the style on the folder level?