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How to configure a qtree which can be accessed by both Unix and Windows users in ONTAP 7-Mode

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Data ONTAP 7 and earlier


Administration of Permission on a mixed mode Network File System (NFS) mount
Windows user should not be able to delete files that are created with Unix permission and Unix user accounts should not be able to delete other Unix users files/directories
Procedures to create a mixed mode (Unix/Windows) NFS mount and have the permissions set up so that the Windows and Unix permissions work properly.


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