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but appears the policy is not being enforced. Have run through the steps several times and double/triple-checked our v3140's configuration, but still no luck.
Hopefully it's something simple. Output from the policy's config below:
filer> fpolicy create Media screen File policy Media created successfully. filer> fpolicy ext inc set Media .mp3 filer> fpolicy monitor set Media -p cifs -f create,rename filer> fpolicy options Media required on filer> fpolicy enable Media -f Thu Feb 10 14:12:52 CST [hounas04: fpolicy.fscreen.enable:info]: FPOLICY: File policy Media (file screening) is enabled. File policy Media (file screening) is enabled. filer>
...then tried uploading various .mp3 files to filer, each of which succeeded. Then ran the below for the fpolicy:
filer> fpolicy show Media
File policy Media (file screening) is enabled.
No file policy servers are registered with the filer.
Operations monitored: File create,File rename Above operations are monitored for CIFS only
List of extensions to screen: .MP3
List of extensions not to screen: Extensions-not-to-screen list is empty.
Number of requests screened : 0 Number of screen failures : 0 Number of requests blocked locally : 0
fpolicy.enable When turned off, this disables all file policies on the filer, overriding the settings for individual file policies. When turned on, the setting of a given file policy determines if that file policy is enabled or disabled.
(It doesn't list the default, and I'm not logged on to any filers)