Accessing CIFS Share fails with error message "ERROR: -1642 NMAS Manager" in DSTrace
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Erro: -1642 NMAS Manager in DStrace with flag "NMAS"
Use OES 2 SP 1 AFP, CIFS and NFS for NetWare (NFAP) Administration Guide for details about each sections mentioned in following steps.
1. Enable Universal Password or set Simple Password for users
- If Universal Password Policy is not implemented, Native File Access Protocols (NFAP) requires users to have Simple Password set in order to access CIFS shares.
- Check Check Password Management Documentation for details on Universal Password
- If needed, use the tool Universal Password Diagnostic Utility to check the password status
- Go through the section "5.1 Administrator Tasks for Native File Access for Windows Services" of the for more details.
- Perform steps mentioned under section "3.0 Installing NFAP on a NetWare 6.5 Server" to setup the server properly
- Go through the section "5.1.5 Specifying Contexts in the Context Search File"
- Stop and start CIFS as mentioned under section "3.4 Starting and Stopping AFP and CIFS Protocols"
Windows workstations need to be setup with "NetBIOS over TCP/IP" as mentioned under section "5.2 Windows End User Tasks" (Check the note "Important" under Step 5). Perform following steps on the Windows Workstations.
- Right click "My Network Places" on the desktop and select Properties
- Right click the "Local Area Connection" and select Properties
- On the General Tab, select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and select Properties
- On the General Tab, click on the "Advanced" button and select WINS Tab
- Under the section "NetBIOS Settings", select the radial button "Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP"
- Click "OK" twice and close the Properties Page
- Launch iManager (https://<IP_Address/nps/iManager.html) and login as "Admin"
- Select the task "Properties" available under the Role "Files and Folders and select the CIFS Share folder
- Click on the Rights Tab and add the desired user as Trustee with sufficient rights
- Apply the change and close the window
- Users can be added as Trustees using ConsoleOne too
- Display details of the CIFS shares on the server using commands described under section "5.1.11 Viewing Configuration Details"
- Access CIFS shares from Windows workstations as mentioned under section 5.2 "Windows End User Tasks"
8. Setup Windows Vista workstations and Windows 2008 servers to access CIFS shares
- For Windows 2008 Servers, perform steps mentioned under the section "Vista Business and Ultimate" of the TID: 3437586
- Also enable "NetBIOS over TCP/IP" as described in Step 4
- Check Use OES 2 SP 1 AFP, CIFS and NFS for NetWare (NFAP) Administration Guide for more details
- Use the TID: 3437586 to setup Windows Vista workstations and Windows 2008 Servers to access CIFS shares
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- Document ID:7003025
- Creation Date:15-APR-09
- Modified Date:27-OCT-16
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