Concepts on multiple user mapping

We do get a lot of questions on multiple users mapping between Windows and Unix users. I have tried to list the questions and the answers for them through this blog: How does multiple user name mapping works <Answer> We can map a Windows-based account only to a single UNIX-based account, buta single Unix based…

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Unable to Install SUA SDK on Windows 2008 R2

Recently we got a case where customer reported that he was unable to install the SUA SDk component on Windows 2008 R2. Customers had added the feature “SubSystem for UNIX-based Applications” and then click on the link as displayed on the image below.   But this opens the Web page for the download utility for…

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Unable to do a RSH from Windows to Unix using domain account

Recently we got a case where customer was unable to run RSH command from Windows RSH client to an AIX RSH server. The error message was “Permission denied”. For RSH client, there is not much of setting that needs to be done on the Windows side. SUA SDK was installed. Also checked the inetd.conf file…

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Persistent drive mappings do not work with Client for NFS

Persistent drive mappings do not work with Client for NFS After SFU 3.5 was shipped, there have been a lot of changes in Windows networking client stack. Some of these changes affected the way persistent drive mappings for NFS shares are handled in Windows and as a result, it doesn’t work anymore. Fortunately, there a…

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