I have been having some problems with an NFS Server in Windows NT
talking to a VMS client. I can't set it up for restricted write access.
Maybe someone can help out.
Server: Windows NT V4 Service Pack 2 (Intel)
Hummingbird Maestro NFS Server V.5.1.3
Client: OpenVMS V6.1 (AXP)
DEC TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS AXP Version V3.3 - ECO Level 9
The export on the NT machine is:
(I have tried various combinations -rw=host.domain.com.au etc)
I have added a Username/UID mapping on the NT Server so that the local
Administrator account is mapped to UID 1000
The file protection on the NT Server is (from Maestro utility showprot)
Full lookup of file d:\data\w_ecsrep (#links = 1)
Owner - BUILTIN\Administrators (an alias)
Group - DOMAIN\WgECSRep_RWXD (a group) (The Domain name isn't DOMAIN btw)
The VMS proxy account looks like:
Username Type UID GID Host
VMSUSER ON 1000 10 *
I then mount the file system, and get the following:
GG.;1 [DECNET] (RWED,RWED,D,D)
HH.;1 [DECNET] (RWED,RWED,D,D)
Why DECNET owner ? I would have thought VMSUSER should own it.
Trying to write to it returns:
%DIRECT-F-OPENOUT, error opening DNFS1:TEMP.TXT; as output
-RMS-E-PRV, insufficient privilege or file protection violation
I am pretty stumped by this now so any help would be appreciated.
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