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NTFS permissions with NETAPP

Posted on 2014-09-23
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Hi Experts,

on my NETAPP I have one volume and some shares.
One share is /vol/Cifs -> here I can see also the NTFS settings.

Now I want to create a new volume and share.
I have created a volume and a share on it -> /vol/ROOT/PST
But here I cannot see any NTFS settings when I check files.
Why the whole tab is missing ?
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You need to change the volume security from unix to ntfs on the netapp. Unix is usually the default
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ok let me check it out.
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