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Identity Setup for Windows NFS Client to access Linux NAS Share RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have two Linux NAS mounts:

    • Mount A – owned by User 2345 in Group 1111
    • Mount B – owned by User 6789 in Group 2222

    The permission on sub-directories in mounts at Linux level are 770.

    I am mounting these from a Windows machine.  On Windows NFS Client if I set the Registry as below:

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ClientForNFS\CurrentVersion\Default]
    dword "AnonymousUid"= 2345
    dword "AnonymousGid"= 1111
    

    I am able to access Mount A but not B. And vice-versa if I use 6789 and 2222.

    Is there a way I can at least provide multiple Group IDs on NFS Client? Like:

    dword "AnonymousGid"= 1111,2222
    

    That way I will be able to access both of the mounts from Windows, as the permission is 770. I cannot have 777.

    Thursday, December 6, 2018 8:11 PM