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Anyone using CIFs with AD authentication on a HP StoreOnce?

JLarson62
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Anyone using CIFs with AD authentication on a HP StoreOnce?

Is anyone using CIFs with AD authentication on a HP StoreOnce?   We are having problems with initial setup.  We've added to AD, but unable to set permissions in AD.  Thanks in advance for any insight.

 

 

P.S. This thread has been moevd from Automated Backup to Disk-Based Backup . - Hp forum Moderator

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Srivathsan Raghunathan
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Re: Anyone using CIFs with AD authentication on a HP StoreOnce?

In this mode the D2D CIFS server becomes a member of an Active Directory Domain. In order to join an AD domain the user needs to provide credentials of a user who has permission to add computers and users to the AD domain. After joining an AD Domain access to each share is controlled by Domain Management tools and domain users or groups can be given access to individual shares on the D2D. This is the recommended authentication mode if the backup application media server is a member of an AD domain. It is the preferred option.