B0zza Absent Member.
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AD ACLs applied to a Netware Volume ?

Hi,

We have an environment where we run eDirectory and AD together at some of our sites. Our remote sites have PCs with a local W: drive that needs various ACLs applied to a folder on that drive. Some of these sites also login to a Netware server with a W: drive being mapped. Will there be any issues occurring because of Domain Group Policies trying to be applied to the Netware volume ?

Cheers
Dennis
Network Admin
NSW Fire Brigrades
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: AD ACLs applied to a Netware Volume ?

B0zza wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> We have an environment where we run eDirectory and AD together at some
> of our sites. Our remote sites have PCs with a local W: drive that
> needs various ACLs applied to a folder on that drive. Some of these
> sites also login to a Netware server with a W: drive being mapped.
> Will there be any issues occurring because of Domain Group Policies
> trying to be applied to the Netware volume ?
>
> Cheers
> Dennis
> Network Admin
> NSW Fire Brigrades


You can't apply domain group policies to netware volumes.

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Cheers,
Edward
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peterkuo Absent Member.
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Re: AD ACLs applied to a Netware Volume ?

Would not work since NetWare file system rights are stored on the volume
itself and Windows ("natively") couldn't do a thing with them ... this is
true the other way around too as you cannot apply eDir rights onto a
Windows share -- the underlying mechanism are not compatibile.

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snidelydev Absent Member.
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Re: AD ACLs applied to a Netware Volume ?

As a naive operator, I'm wondering how you could have 2 different W:'s on the same machine.

/dps

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B0zza Absent Member.
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Re: AD ACLs applied to a Netware Volume ?

Thanks Guys for the quick replies. We didn't think it would work.

Cheers
Dennis
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