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WAAS : cifs browse to directory or file

When setting up a preposition directive can any suggest how to get the browse functionality working such that I can point to a directory (or even a  particular file)?.

Presently when I attempt this I get the following message:

     Could not access cifs://192.168.100.100/#

We're in auto-discovery mode.

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Re: WAAS : cifs browse to directory or file

Were you able to get this working?  If not, can you please provide a packet capture from the WAAS device closest to the origin file server when you click the "Browse" button?

Thanks,

Zach

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Re: WAAS : cifs browse to directory or file

Were you able to get this working?  If not, can you please provide a packet capture from the WAAS device closest to the origin file server when you click the "Browse" button?

Thanks,

Zach

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Re: WAAS : cifs browse to directory or file

Zach,

I will run the sniffer, but in the meantime I do have an update.

The user account i.e. username/password specified to access the CIFS directory keeps getting locked out in AD....

Now, i've reset the password and nailed in the correct one a few times over and it's still doing the same thing!

the account keeped getting locked out in AD. The lockout happens within a minute.

I have a incling this might have something to do with it..

I already sent the screenshot from the directive to you offline.

I'll get back to you with the packet capture.

Ajaz

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Re: WAAS : cifs browse to directory or file

yes. there was an incorrect username configured on one of the waes out there..

the MS guys helped trace what the culprit wae was. bingo !

regards

Ajaz Nawaz

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