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DFS and CIFS on NW 6.5 cluster

Hi,

the last days I was trying to get a working DFS-Junction only with CIFS in a clustered environment.
Two-Node-Cluster Netware 6.5 SP8 + N65NSS8b

DFS (to the other cluster node) with Novell Client is working fine. CIFS to directly associated shares (on a cluster volume) is working too.
Using a DFS junction in a CIFS connected path is not working.

Is there a way to get this working?

Regards,

Holger
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Re: DFS and CIFS on NW 6.5 cluster

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