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Security trace shows the wrong user attempting to write files

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Security Trace (sectrace)
  • Microsoft Windows

Issue

  • Users are unable to write files
    • sectrace command filtered to the client in question shows file access from a completely different (but valid) user. 
    • Cluster1::> vserver security trace filter create -vserver svm1 -index 2 -protocols cifs -client-ip 10.20.40.80
    • Cluster1::> vserver security trace filter trace-result show
    • Vserver: svm1
      
      
      Node            Index Filter Details             Reason
      --------------- ----- -------------------------- ------------------------------
      Cluster1-01     2     Security Style: UNIX       Access is denied by UNIX
                            permissions                permissions while creating
                                                       the directory. Access is not
                                                       granted for: "Synchronize",
                                                       "Read Control", "Read
                                                       Attributes", "Execute", "Read
                                                       EA", "Append", "Read"
                            Protocol: cifs
                            Volume: -
                            Share: share_data
                            Path: /project/user1/
                            New folder (2)
                            Win-User: ntap\system_user

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