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Cannot edit SACLs for UNIX security style volumes

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Auditing

Issue

Regardless of method used, SACL entries do not seem to be allowed on a volume.

Windows explorer example:

We attempt to add Active Directory user 'nas-user' to a Unix-style security volume labeled 'unix'. After creating the permission for 'nas-user' we click 'apply'. Afterwards, we can see that 'nas-user' was removed from the permission entries.

Cannot edit SACLs for UNIX security style volumes

Cannot edit SACLs for UNIX security style volumes

ONTAP CLI example:

cluster1::vserver security file-directory> ntfs sacl show -vserver svm1_cluster1 -ntfs-sd unix-sd 
Vserver: svm1_cluster1
NTFS Security Descriptor Name: unix-sd

    Account Name     Access   Access             Apply To
                     Type     Rights
    --------------   -------  -------            -----------
    DEMO\nas-user    success  full-control      this-folder, sub-folders, files

cluster1::vserver security file-directory> policy show -vserver svm1_cluster1   

    Vserver          Policy Name
    ------------     --------------
    svm1_cluster1    unix_test

cluster1::vserver security file-directory> task add -policy-name unix_test -path /unix/test -vserver svm1_cluster1 -security-type ntfs -ntfs-sd unix-sd
  (vserver security file-directory policy task add)

Error: command failed: Can't set ntfs security descriptor on a Unix File

 

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