Network and Storage Protocols

CIFS Shares Issue

Ken28562

I have a FAS2554 running 8.3P1 Cluster Mode and am runing into the following problem.

 

Whenever I try to modify permissions on sub folders in Windows Explorer, I get the following error:

 

The program cannot open the required dialog box because it cannot determine whether the computer named "IPADDRESS" is joined to a domain. Close this message and try again.

 

Then a second box pops up:

 

Unable to display the user selection dialog. The remote procedure call failed.

 

We are running Server 2012R2, have already ran through CIFS Setup and it is seeing our kerberos, ms_ldap, ms_dc and showing our FQDN.

 

Has anyone else seen this before?

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Naveenpusuluru

Hi @Ken28562

 

Can you please send me the output of the below commands.

 

vserver cifs domain discovered-servers show

vserver cifs show -instance

Vserver cifs share show <share name>

 

 

Ken28562

vserver cifs domain discovered-servers show:

 

All Kerberos showing undetermined

2/4 MS-LDAP showing unreachable

2/4 MS-LDAP showing undetermined

2/4 MS-DC showing ok

1/4 MS-DC showing unreachable

1/4 MS-DC showing undetermined

 

vserver cifs show -instance

 

Vserver: XX-XX-nas-01

CIFS Server NetBIOS Name: SAME AS Vserver

NetBIOS Domain/Workgroup Name: XXXXX

FQDN:XXXX.XXXX.XXXX.XXXX.XXX

Default Site Used: BLANK

Auth Style: domain

CIFS Server Admin Status: up

Description: BLANK

List of NetBIOS Alias: BLANK

 

 

BLANDATFAU

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