EMC Celerra NAS Device Issue

We are currently in the pilot phase of a migration and we seem to be having some issues around the NAS head devices which are EMC Celerra.  The users are not able to access their file share post migration getting an access denied message.  We are currently using QMMAD 8.8 and migrating SIDHistory.  We have not processed the NAS heads yet we were hoping to use SIDHistory.  Has anyone seen any issues that we should be aware of with the EMC Celerra devices.

Thanks,

Ray

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  • Ray, is it correct to say that some of the permissions are assigned to the Domain Users group, and that those files and folders cause trouble now?

    When you look them up do you always see 2 entries, for each user and group? You should see them twice, one entry for the source object and one entry for the target object.

    I wonder if Domain Users group was migrated and is present in the ADAM DB and in the INI file, which was used when processing the resources. Basically check if the affected users/groups are present in the INI file and don't be afraid to run the processing again, you can run it as often as needed, no risk and no damage and no negative effects. Also make sure you process in 2 runs, once the share permissions and once the file permissions. Vmover can be executed against a folder with a set of subfolders, too, by using the "volume" switch.

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  • Ray, is it correct to say that some of the permissions are assigned to the Domain Users group, and that those files and folders cause trouble now?

    When you look them up do you always see 2 entries, for each user and group? You should see them twice, one entry for the source object and one entry for the target object.

    I wonder if Domain Users group was migrated and is present in the ADAM DB and in the INI file, which was used when processing the resources. Basically check if the affected users/groups are present in the INI file and don't be afraid to run the processing again, you can run it as often as needed, no risk and no damage and no negative effects. Also make sure you process in 2 runs, once the share permissions and once the file permissions. Vmover can be executed against a folder with a set of subfolders, too, by using the "volume" switch.

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