I seem to be getting some strange results on a Domain based DFS.
all logs in ok.. volumes map ok.
can see mounts, shares, folders and files in finder
- some folders containing files; I just cannot copy the files to desktop.. I get error -8058
For those folders that I am having issues with, I cannot copy files into the folders.
- It seems the folders are 3 deep bellow the DFS mount point
- Connect to the raw share that DFS is pointing to and the files & folders work fine
If I rename the folder via the raw share it briefly works via the DFS mount point
I can create a folder alongside the folders that have issues and this also briefly works.
- SBS 2011 Domain (2008 R2)
Server 2008 R2 and 2003 R2 file servers (1 of each) (both exhibit error)
All windows servers fully up-to-date
Windows servers are very clean (no extra tut installed)
Test MAC OS x 10.8.3 fully updated... This does have Adobe CS6 installed
DFS is DOMAIN-BASSED ie the DFSRoot share is on the AD (SBS 2011) server
The 2 file servers (2008 & 2003) have a single share with folders under the share(s)
DFS mount points (many of) each point to one of the servers, into the share and into one of the sub-folders
DFS-R or any variant of replication is NOT in use
DFS purely builds us a single mount point connecting to our data spread over several servers..
- Should I Rip out all security, set shares (DFSRoot and mount point) to everyone:F + files & replicate down..?
The windows systems have no issue with the DFSRoot share and folder on the AD server (DC/Domain) being ReadOnly, are MAC's non-complient in this area?
Anyone got any pointers?