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This user does not have the correct credentials to authentic

Im trying to manage CIFS on a cluster node, and am getting the following error:

This user does not have the correct credentials to authenticate to the CIMOM client.

I have recreated the SSLCertificateDNS with help from the scripts but still cannot get CIFS to allow me to make changes, thoughts?
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obrieg;2216553 wrote:
Im trying to manage CIFS on a cluster node, and am getting the following error:

This user does not have the correct credentials to authenticate to the CIMOM client.

I have recreated the SSLCertificateDNS with help from the scripts but still cannot get CIFS to allow me to make changes, thoughts?


Can you manage the cluster itself? If not, then the Master Node is having issues.

If you can manage the cluster, and it's just CIFS, I think I've gotten that error before and had to manually restart CIFS.

What OES vesion and SP are you at?
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I cannot manage the cluster, same error.

SLES 10.3 SP3
OES 2 SP3
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There are a few TIDs on this error, you don't mention if you've gone through them or not. 7007187 and 3417215 for instance.

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