NSS stores LONG, UNIX, DOS, and AFP name spaces for all files. The default name space sets which name space will be exposed.
In OES 2015 or later the LONG name space is the default to help performance of NCP, CIFS, and Samba file services. If your primary use is for GroupWise, we recommend changing the default name space to UNIX.
If a junction’s source and target are both on OES, then subdirectory targets are fully supported.
Junctions from OES to NetWare only support targets at the root of a volume.
NetWare junctions cannot target OES servers.