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File Access and Protocols Feature Guide 13

OceanStor 18500 V3 and 18800 V3 Mission Critical Storage System V300R003

This document describes the implementation principles and application scenarios of the NAS feature. Also, it explains how to configure and manage NAS.
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Viewing CIFS Share Information

Viewing CIFS Share Information

By viewing CIFS share information, you can have the information about the share path and access permission of user or user group for this CIFS share.


A CIFS share is created.


  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Choose Provisioning > Share > CIFS (Windows/MAC).
  3. In CIFS share list, view the CIFS share information. The related parameters are as shown in Table 3-21.

    Table 3-21  CIFS Share Information

    Parameter Name


    Share Name

    The name of CIFS share.

    Share Path

    The directory of CIFS share.


    The ID of CIFS share.


    The description of CIFS share.

  4. In CIFS share list, select a CIFS share. In Users/User Groups list, check the permission of the user or user group of this CIFS share. The related parameters are shown in Table 3-22.

    Table 3-22  User/User Group Information

    Parameter Name



    The name of a user or a user group.


    The type of a user or user group. The types include:
    • Everyone

      Every user has the access permission.

    • Local authentication user

      The authentication user created in the storage system.

    • Local authentication user group

      The authentication user group created in the storage system.

    • Domain user

      The user in AD domain server.

    • Domain user group

      The user group in AD domain server.

    Permission Level

    The CIFS share access permission. The permissions include:
    • Full control: have all rights for CIFS share.
    • Read-only: only have read right for CIFS share.(Default value)
    • Read and write: have read and write right for CIFS share.
    • Forbidden: access is forbidden.


    The ID of share permission.

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