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i have an isilon filesystem mounted on a windows box.  i have given "Everyone" permission to read/write to it.  however, when we have a file transfer, transfer is not able to write to it. file transfer uses a local account that we created. do i need to add the domain\local_account to isilon as well?
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Yes, I have ran into a similar problem. Trying to even do scan to folders from some printers. They use a local account on the MFP's. I made the same username and password that we put on those devices under Cluster Management, Access Management, Users (under the local system). This resolved that problem. I think it stems from the fact that if the system is AD integrated, the local account trying to write cannot be authenticated.
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