When attempting to view the security properties of a remote share we get an error message that says, "Unable to display security information". This happens when bringing up a remote server via UNC path, right clicking on a share or folder, and selecting the security tab. This only happens when viewing them through an optimized connection. If the domain admin remotes directly to that server, or another server at the same location, they are able to browse the properties fine.
We're using 4.1.3 and have disabled legacy WAFS services. All of our CIFS traffic is going through the CIFS accelerator. Couple of questions:
-Isn't the CIFS accelerator supposed to be transparent and pass this information along?
-Do the WAE's still need to be joined to the domain? I though this was a legacy WAFS function
-I did packet captures on both ends of the connection (and on the WAE) but didn't see anything obvious in the way of errors, any specific thing I can look for?
In the failed trace, note that the NT Security Descriptor Length in frame 392 is 0, whereas in the working trace it is >0. This looks like bug CSCtg28040, which is fixed in the WAAS 4.1.5f release. Can you confirm that you have installed Microsoft patch MS10-020 (KB980232)?
Thanks again for the traces.