We have an issue with a pre login script. Each time a user start a computer we have a script that is running (launched by a GPO) before the user log on. So basically there's no AD user that is running this script. The problem is that this script is writting a file on the NetApp share, but as there's no AD associated we have an access denied:
Fri Nov 16 13:23:41 CET [filer: sectrace.filter.denied:info]: [sectrace index: 1] Access denied because 'Write' permission (0x2) is not granted on parent directory (Access denied by the share-level ACL) - Status: 1:47249883136:32:7 - 10.166.21.114 - NT user name: - UNIX user name: (-1) - - Path: /vol/cifs_divers/Prg/prg/a_log/SapLogon-Update.log
How can we by pass this? We tried to put Anonymous Logon on the share and the NTFS permission, but it's still not working. Do we need to change someting on the usermap?