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EMC VNX - enabling previous versions option on Cifs Shares

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I've recently taken over an EMC VNX5300 SAN and I would like to enable snapshots on a CIFS share so that users can restore previous versions of files (as I have configured on numerous Netapp filers in the past).

I've found some documentation online that implies this can be done, but I could use some help with how to configure the snapshots and if anythign else is required so that the "previous version" tab can be enabled in Windows.

Thanks!
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Hi,

Please refer the below link and follow the steps, it will guide you to configure snapshots on a CIFS share and enable "previous version" tab in Windows

http://www.scribd.com/doc/71539550/49/Lab-14-Part-3-%E2%80%93-Restore-and-Refresh-Snapshots-with-CIFS
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