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  1. Implementing a new CIFS server - Once CNAME of \\files\ is changed to the new server from...


    Hi all,


    over the past weeks i have set up a new netapp which is running a CIFS server. All file shares have now been migrated to the new server and all GPO's for drive mappings have been changed to the new locations on the new server. Everyone can access the data with no issues on both windows7 and windows10.


    There are a couple of shares that in order to work correctly need the cname of 'files' changing from the old server to the new but when i change this windows 10 users cannot log in to their systems.


    There are no user profiles hosted on the CIFS server so changing the CNAME should not effect users logging in.


    Any ideas on what could be causing the issues on windows 10 clients once the cname is changed? (windows10 users can access all shares on the new cifs server with no issues. It is only when i change the FQDN of the CNAME record for files that win10 users cannot log in but 7 still can.)


    Thanks


    Ash

    :)
     
    Ashley Newton, Sep 23, 2019
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    Implementing a new CIFS server - Once CNAME of \\files\ is changed to the new server from...

    New File Share Witness Feature in Windows Server 2019


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