I am running OnTap 8.0.2.
I've given administrative rights for Domaintonytest to the filer and I ran these commands against the filer as well.
options fpolicy.enable on
fpolicy create CVNSDM screen
fpolicy vol inc show CVNSDM
fpolicy servers show CVNSDM
I am not sure why the test account has full access to the directories (and everything underneath) in Windows Explorer while the Simpana software states that access is denied.
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What version of ontap are you running?
NetApp only support 2008 for fpolicy servers, ie archive, av , when using ontap 8.0.2 or above
Have you given your test acct rights to the filer?
Is the cv screener service created on the filer?
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On 31/03/2012, at 7:44 AM, "supertonyhuang" <supertonyhuang < at > ...> wrote:
I am running Simpana 8 on Windows 2008 with file archiver for NAS (netapp). While I can successfully connect to netapp via fpolicy and have the right permission to modify, delete, or add files under \netapp.test.comtest1 in Windows explorer, FileScan.log shows Access is denied.
How does Simpana access those directories? How do I troubleshoot this access denied problem?
windows 2008 server
samba 3.5 as windows NT domain
netapp filer with CIFS joined into the NT domain
I configured the subclient to connect to the NAS using Domaintonytest, and I used Domaintonytest to login to windows 2008 and made sure I have permission to modify \netapp.test.comtest1
Thanks in advanced!
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