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You do not have access to share and yet permissions are set properly

Razzi
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I am getting an error to the effect "you do not have access permissions to this resource" when I try to connect to UNC share \\netappappliancename\sharename and yet when I verify the Share permission from the ONTAP manager, I have it as Everyone Full Control.

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Razzi
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I ended up adding to the builtin\Administrators and was able to get to the folder.

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paul_stejskal
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You didn't say if you are 7-mode or CDOT, and since 90+% of our install base is CDOT, follow this KB: https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/How_to_troubleshoot_File_Permissions_for_CIFS_access_denied

 

Razzi
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@paul_stejskal I followed the article instructions, and I can see the permissions are set correctly, the AD group is correct and I also see my admin account and yet I am getting access denied. Is there a way via CLI I can reset all of it to everyone read/write and bypass the AD credential checks?

paul_stejskal
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I don't believe so, as it is required unless you set up local user. If the KB isn't working, please open a case. Perhaps one of our NAS folks may have suggestions.

 

Do you have any of the outputs from some of the commands in the KB?

Razzi
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I ended up adding to the builtin\Administrators and was able to get to the folder.

DarrenJ
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I'd check out this KB as well, it has a few more things to check. If you're still having issues I'd suggest opening a support ticket.

 

https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/Troubleshooting_CIFS_or_SMB_access_denied

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