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Solaris CIFS Administration Guide
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populating
AD user and group objects, How to Extend the Active Directory Schema, and User and Group Entries
native LDAP user and group objects, How to Extend the Native LDAP Schema, and User and Group Entries
procedures
adding a direct automounter entry for a CIFS share, How to Add a Direct Automounter Entry for a CIFS Share
adding a group mapping rule, How to Add a Group Mapping Rule
adding a member to a CIFS group, How to Add a Member to a CIFS Group
adding a user mapping rule, How to Add a User Mapping Rule
adding directory-based mapping to a group object, How to Add a Directory-Based Name Mapping to a Group Object
adding directory-based mapping to a user object, How to Add a Directory-Based Name Mapping to a User Object
configuring a Solaris CIFS service in domain mode, How to Configure the Solaris CIFS Service in Domain Mode
configuring a Solaris CIFS service in workgroup mode, How to Configure the Solaris CIFS Service in Workgroup Mode
configuring cross-protocol locking
nbmand, How to Configure Cross-Protocol Locking
configuring directory-based mapping, How to Configure Directory-Based Mapping
configuring the PAM module to store a persistent password, How to Configure the PAM Module to Store a Persistent Password
configuring WINS, How to Configure WINS
creating a CIFS group, How to Create a CIFS Group
creating a CIFS share
sharemgr, How to Create a CIFS Share (sharemgr)
sharesmb, How to Create a CIFS Share (zfs)
creating an autohome share rule, How to Create a Specific Autohome Share Rule
customizing the global Solaris CIFS environment, How to Customize the Global Solaris CIFS Environment
customizing your Solaris CIFS environment, How to Customize Your Solaris CIFS Environment
deleting a persistent password, How to Delete a Persistent Password
deleting all persistent passwords, How to Delete All Persistent Passwords
disabling the Samba service, How to Disable the Samba Service
extending the AD schema, How to Extend the Active Directory Schema, and User and Group Entries
extending the native LDAP schema, How to Extend the Native LDAP Schema, and User and Group Entries
finding available shares, How to Find Available Shares on a Known File Server
importing mappings from a file, How to Import User Mappings From a Rule-Mapping File
modifying CIFS group properties, How to Modify CIFS Group Properties
modifying CIFS share properties
sharemgr, How to Modify CIFS Share Properties (sharemgr)
mounting a multiuser share, How to Mount a Multiuser Share
mounting a share on a directory you own, How to Mount a Share on a Directory You Own
populating the AD user and group objects, How to Extend the Active Directory Schema, and User and Group Entries
populating the native LDAP user and group objects, How to Extend the Native LDAP Schema, and User and Group Entries
removing a CIFS share
sharemgr, How to Remove a CIFS Share (sharemgr)
removing a group mapping rule, How to Remove a Group Mapping Rule
removing a member from a CIFS group, How to Remove a Member From a CIFS Group
removing a user mapping rule, How to Remove a User Mapping Rule
removing directory-based mapping from a group object, How to Remove a Directory-Based Name Mapping From a Group Object
removing directory-based mapping from a user object, How to Remove a Directory-Based Name Mapping From a User Object
showing a mapping for a particular identity, How to Show a Mapping for a Particular Identity
showing all established mappings, How to Show All Established Mappings
showing mappings, How to Show Mappings
storing a persistent password for authentication, How to Store a Persistent Password
unmounting a share from a directory you own, How to Unmount a Share From a Directory You Own
viewing global Solaris CIFS environment property settings, How to View the Global Solaris CIFS Environment Property Settings
viewing list of mounted CIFS shares, How to View the List of Mounted CIFS Shares

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Samba service, disabling, How to Disable the Samba Service
shares, CIFS Shares
autohome, Autohome Shares
managing, Managing CIFS Shares (Task Map)
showing
a mapping for a particular identity, How to Show a Mapping for a Particular Identity
all established mappings, How to Show All Established Mappings
mappings, How to Show Mappings
SID
identifier authority field, Windows Users and Groups
local, Windows Users and Groups
machine domain, Windows Users and Groups
revision field, Windows Users and Groups
structure of, Windows Users and Groups
subauthority field, Windows Users and Groups
smbd daemon, Solaris CIFS Service Daemon
Solaris CIFS client, Solaris CIFS Client
access denied message
troubleshooting, Access Denied Message When Accessing a Server
cannot mount CIFS shares as regular user
troubleshooting, Cannot Mount CIFS Shares as a Regular User
cannot view or mount CIFS shares
troubleshooting, Cannot View or Mount CIFS Shares
viewing property settings, Viewing Solaris CIFS Client Property Settings
Solaris CIFS service, Solaris CIFS Service
configuration process overview, Configuring the Solaris CIFS Service – Process Overview
overview, The Solaris CIFS Service
troubleshooting, Solaris CIFS Service Troubleshooting
viewing property settings, Viewing Solaris CIFS Service Property Settings
Solaris users and groups, Solaris Users and Groups
identity mapping, Mapping User and Group Identities
storing a persistent password for authentication, How to Store a Persistent Password

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umount_smbfs command, umount_smbfs Command
unmounting a share from a directory you own, How to Unmount a Share From a Directory You Own
using identity mapping, Mapping User and Group Identities
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