I have a simple volume setup and shared at the root. So... /vol/testvol shared as testvol. In that share are a few subfolders, one of them is called "Vol" which cannot be opened or deleted. I can view the folder properties such as size, permissions, previous versions, etc. Deleting it results in no action, it doesnt get removed, and doesnt error out on deletion. When I try to open it it says "directory referes to a location that is unavailable. it could be on a hard drive on this computer or on a network. Make sure the disk is properly inserted..."
Anyone seen this before and short of recreating the volume how do you suggest I remove this subfolder? -And how did it get created in the first place? I have plenty of other volumes setup in a similar fashion and they do not have this folder on the root.
(netapp running 8.2 7-mode & server 2008 client browsing the file share.)