I have a Cisco NSS4000 4-Bay Gigabit Network Storage System with a RAID5 array and a 2.75TB volume. I have also created a CIFS share, configured the NAS on the domain and given all users full access to the share. My issue is that the subfolders under inside the volume don’t inherit the NTFS permissions from the parent folders. No matter how many times I check the “Allow inheritable permissions from the parent…” option, it always seems to get unchecked. As a result of that, any new files the users create will only be editable by the person who created it, until I manually change the permissions. I don’t see any errors reported on my DC or the NAS logs.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
are some steps that are lost on the path. Here you can see those steps.
A) In your Cisco device: 1. Ensure you don´t have any rule denying the
traffic between the device and the remote...
Introduction: This document describes how to connect SG300 with Catalyst
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runs on mainly on switches. The specification for STP is IEEE 802.1D.
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You have a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) system and want
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