Satprem wrote:Is this a firmware bug? If so, we need a patch asap, as we have to implement the "chinese wall" for one of our projects.
Or is this issue specific to our NAS only? In that case can someone either guide me through fixing this or SSH in and fix it for us.
tsprocket wrote:I am working on a NAS DUO with the same issue. If I setup any restrictive permissions on a share that share is not accessible to anyone. The way it works now either everyone can see a share or no one can. I would love to have access so I see the permissions as they are set on the folders and files under each share to try to figure out what is taking place. I bought this because the setup seemed to be exactly what we needed but only if the permissions work as advertised.
BenP wrote:I will have to try rebooting the laptop and the ReadyNAS to see if it's a permissions caching issue.
BenP wrote:This is a real pain!
BenP wrote:Ewok, any official line on this? I appreciate that you can't magic up a patch out of now-where, but can you replicate this your end and is it going into the defects list for the next release?
BenP wrote:"Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user name, are not allowed. Disconnect all previous connections to the server or shared resource and try again.."
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