Network and Storage Protocols
Hi I found that,
if I use useadmin command to create local account,
the NetApp FTP will login failure!
How can I Implement FTP authentication by Windows AD?
just use cifs setup go join AD?
or I must do some other config?
Please help me!
To use AD users you have to run 'cifs setup'.
Here's a short discussion on the matter: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Domain-user-FTPing-filer-751357.S.99760585
I experimented a bit with anonymous FTP and authentication via /etc/passwd (local account), but every variation in set parameters produced a different error.
Any link that does not require authentication?
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05.02.2013, в 16:51, "Igor Stojnov" <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>> написал(а):
Re: How to authentication FTP by Windows AD?
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It's a discussion on one of the LinkedIn's NetApp related groups, you need to create an account. Or I can copy-paste the whole thing here.
please use cifs with your AD info.
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