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How the N8000 configure the domain account with the Root right in the domain environment?

Publication Date:  2012-11-23 Views:  23 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
There is a N8000 with the version of V100R002 in site, and it has joined in the client’s domain environment. The client has made the normal share, the users in the domain login in the normal share via their accounts and passwords, create their own catalog and file, however, only the owner of the catalog has the right to delete the file and catalog, the other accounts don’t have this right, including the administrator doesn’t have the right to delete it, hence, the domain administrator can’t implement his work conveniently, the client needs a account with the highest right to manage all the files in the normal share.

Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
Ask the client to provide an account with the highest right, and then configure it with the “root” right.
The steps are as followed:
1. Login in the cluster via the “master” account, in the “CIFS>” mode, execute “server stop” to stop the CIFS service.
2. Configure with the “root” right: “CIFS> mapuser add A B root”, where, A is the account which has the whole control right, B is the client’s domain name.
3. “CIFS> server start”, restart the CIFS service.

Root Cause
After the N8000V100R002 joining in the domain environment, each account in the domain doesn’t have the root right.

Suggestions
Because this right has the highest right for all the files, make sure to caution the client using it carefully.

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