>I'm using Solstice nfs (server) on windows NT. I can access all shared
>resources from my unix (AIX) stations. All rights are rwxrwxrwx (see on
>the aix station) and 'every one all access' on NT station.
>Despite of it, I can read and write without any probleme but I can't
>execute anything on the shared resource. (I must copy the executable file
>on the local file-system when I want to execute it).
In your scenario, the Solstice NFS server only stores the bits and
remembers the permissions; it's the AIX client that must decide
whether to allow execute permission. You would need to examine
your AIX manuals to see what mount options can affect this, perhaps
named "exec" or "suid", and then see about applying them to the
mount you're using.
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