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  • kmoeller
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    Re: Audit of Network Share Permissions.

    Unfortunately I did not come up with a solution for this and it came that I did not need the audit anymore so I pretty much gave up. Sorry and good luck.

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  • hhkatch
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    Re: Audit of Network Share Permissions.

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Originally posted by kmoeller:
    <span style="font-weight: bold">I started checking other shares on the filer and it appears to be working fine on them. There definitely is a problem when someone sets up a directory on the share and only gives it rights to their own ID.</span></div></div>


    Did you ever resolve this issue? I am having the very same problem with Filers..

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  • kmoeller
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    Re: Audit of Network Share Permissions.

    I started checking other shares on the filer and it appears to be working fine on them. There definitely is a problem when someone sets up a directory on the share and only gives it rights to their own ID.

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  • kmoeller
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    I will double check that the filer is up to date. I am running v5.2 'C' of Hyena.

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    Re: Audit of Network Share Permissions.

    Most issues dealing with NetApp Filers have been fixed by upgrading to the latest patch/build of the NetApp software. You might want to make sure you are on the latest, and contact their support if not.

    Also, what version of Hyena are you running?

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  • kmoeller
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    Its an NT share on a Netfiler.

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    What Operating System is running on this server? Is it Samba or anything other than 2000 or 2003?

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  • kmoeller
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    I expand the domain, the servers, the server that the share is on. I highlight "shares" and right click on it and click "view all access rights", that is when the error pops up. I also cannot view any shares there as well unless I type in the share name. Thanks.

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    Re: Audit of Network Share Permissions.

    Whare are the exact steps you take to reproduce this error?

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  • kmoeller
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    Audit of Network Share Permissions.

    Get this error message when trying to view all access rights on a share...

    "unable to retrieve shared objects from \\sharename. A device attached to the system is not functioning."

    I domain admin rights on it as well.
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