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Unable to access CIFS shares due to SID lookup failed error

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

Issue

  • Unable to access the CIFS shares.
  • A SID lookup fails for the respective domain user:
  • Example:

3/16/2016 10:58:22  user-01  DEBUG   secd.unexpectedFailure: vserver (vserver_1) Unexpected failure. Error: Lookup of CIFS account SID procedure failed
  [  3 ms] Using a cached connection to user-6.naslab.local
  [     4] Could not find Windows SID 'S-1-5-21-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxx'
**[     5] FAILURE: SID lookup failed
3/16/2016 10:56:19  user-01   DEBUG   secd.unexpectedFailure: vserver (vserver_1) Unexpected failure. Error: Lookup of CIFS account SID procedure failed
  [  2015] Successfully connected to 10.61.92.xxx:445 using TCP
  [  2037] Successfully authenticated with DC user-6.naslab.local
  [  2046] Could not find Windows SID 'S-1-5-21-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxx'
**[  2046] FAILURE: SID lookup failed

  • Below error is seen when vserver security file-directory show -vserver <> -path <> is run.

Lookup of CIFS account SID procedure succeeded
  [ 49 ms] Hostname found in Name Service Cache
  [    49] Hostname found in Name Service Cache
  [    51] Successfully connected to ip 172.xx.x.xc, port 445 using
           TCP
  [    60] Successfully authenticated with DC
           cxy-abxc-dcxc.dcxxx.net
  [    65] Could not find Windows SID
           'S-1-5-21-26xcxcxcx9-53xyxyxyx31-7xyxyxy7-5xx'

 

 

 

 

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