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How to create a root squash export policy rule in ONTAP

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ONTAP 9

Description

  • Root squashing is a security feature
  • NFS commands executed as the root user on the client will be considered as the "anonymous" user
  • Configuration of root squashing in ONTAP is achieved via export policies, involving properly setting the values of "superuser" and "anounymous" fields in an export policy rule

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