How to Troubleshoot the Error Reported When the Homedir Share Named after a User Name, with Global Mode Set to Normal, Is Accessed on Windows XP or Windows 2003?

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1.Use either of the following methods to troubleshoot the fault.

Method 1: Name the share homes, such as \\virtual ip address\homes\username, and map the network drive of the user homedir.
Method 2: Disconnect the homedir mapping on the client and map the Homedir share again.

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How to Troubleshoot the Error Reported When the Homedir Share Named after a User Name, with Global Mode Set to Normal, Is Accessed on Windows XP or Windows 2003?
1.Use either of the following methods to troubleshoot the fault. Method 1: Name the share homes, such as \\virtual ip address\homes\username, and map the network drive of the user homedir. Method 2: Disconnect the homedir mapping on the client and map the Homedir share again.

How to Change the Name of a CIFS Normal Shared Directory?
You cannot directly change the name of a CIFS Normal shared directory. Perform the following steps to change the name: 1.Delete the share that you want to change. a.In the navigation tree on the ISM main interface, choose All Devices > Clustered NAS Storage System > NAS Services > CIFS. b.In the function pane, select the CIFS Normal share that you want to change. c.Choose Normal Share > Delete. The Warning dialog box is displayed. d.Ensure that no service is running and select I have read the warning message carefully. e.Click OK. The Result dialog box is displayed. f.Click Close. 2.Create a share. a.In the navigation tree on the ISM main interface, choose All Devices > Clustered NAS Storage System > NAS Services > CIFS. b.In the function pane, choose Normal Share > Create. The Create CIFS Normal Share dialog box is displayed. c.Set Share Name to the desired name. d.Keep the other parameters' values consistent with that of the deleted share. e.After the setting is completed, click OK. The Result dialog box is displayed. f.Click Close.

How to Troubleshoot the Failure to Map the CIFS Normal Share in Normal Mode on UNIX Clients?
Enter the mount -t cifs -o username=usr1,passwd=passwd //virtual ip address/_sharename$ /mnt command to map the CIFS Normal share on UNIX clients. The command parameters are described as follows: -t: indicates the mounting protocol, such as the CIFS protocol. -o: indicates parameters for mounting, such as user name and password. usr1: indicates the user name of the user that accesses the CIFS share. password: indicates the user's password. //virtual ip address/_sharename$: indicates the access path of the mount space. /mnt: indicates the mount point. Parent topic: FAQ

What Is the Difference Between the CIFS Normal Share and the CIFS Homedir Share?
The CIFS Normal share can provide a public directory for all users while the CIFS Homedir share provides each user with an exclusive directory that is named after the user and only accessible to the user. If you do not need to limit permissions on the shared directory, configure the CIFS Normal share. If you want to allow only specific users to access their exclusive directories, configure the CIFS Homedir share. In a CIFS Homedir share, a user cannot access exclusive directories of another user.

What's the share accessing sequence when shares accessed by V3 series unified storage through CIFS have the same name as the user?
CIFS shares are queried first. If no matching information is returned, Homedir shares are queried.

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