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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0002895Far ManagerFile Systempublic2015-01-02 16:40
ReporterviktorfAssigned To 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
Status newResolutionopen 
Platformx64OSWindowsOS Version8
Product Version3.0 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0002895: Unable to access Netware volumes through CIFS
DescriptionWith the new FAR 3.0 (both x64 and x86) it is not possible to access a Netware file server through the CIFS protocol (e.g. \\server\vol1).
Following error is raised:

Access denied
You need to provide administrator permission
to open this object:
\\?\UNC\server\vol1\
OK/Skip

When selecting Skip following additional error message comes up:
Error
Access is denied.
\\server\vol1

Far 1.x and 2.x does _not_ have this issue.
Steps To ReproduceStart Far Manager 3.0 (x86 or x64) on a network with a Netware file server which has CIFS enabled and configured.
In Far Manager use either browse network or use command line:
cd \\server\vol1

error message will come up
Additional InformationIf needed I can provide test Netware server with CIFS configured for testing.
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viktorf

2015-01-01 14:25

reporter   bugnote:0013376

Far 2.0.1807 already has this issue
Far 2.0.981 does not have this issue

Additional info: if user has 'R' (Netware) right in root folder on Volume this issue does not appear

DrKnS

2015-01-01 14:53

administrator   bugnote:0013377

> If needed I can provide test Netware server with CIFS configured for testing.

Yes, please.

viktorf

2015-01-01 22:08

reporter   bugnote:0013378

\\78.139.31.227\testvol
users:
testuser1/Asdf1234
testuser2/Asdf1234

directory structure (capital letters: directory, small letters: files)
\
\TESTDIR1
\TESTDIR1\readme1
\TESTDIR1\TESTSUB1
\TESTDIR1\TESTSUB1\readme2
\TESTDIR2
\TESTDIR2\readme3
\TESTDIR2\TESTSUB2
\TESTDIR2\TESTSUB2\readme4
\readme0

testuser2 has R rights to \
testuser2 has R and F rights to TESTDIR1
testuser1 has R and F rights to TESTDIR1

FAR 3.0 working fine for testuser2 but not for testuser1

DrKnS

2015-01-01 22:22

administrator   bugnote:0013379

I can't access \\78.139.31.227 (although ping/http access works fine)

viktorf

2015-01-02 14:13

reporter   bugnote:0013380

NTLM security needs to be configured, please follow TID:
http://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=3437586

DrKnS

2015-01-02 16:40

administrator   bugnote:0013382

Configured as described (Windows 7), still no access.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2015-01-01 13:58 viktorf New Issue
2015-01-01 14:25 viktorf Note Added: 0013376
2015-01-01 14:53 DrKnS Note Added: 0013377
2015-01-01 22:08 viktorf Note Added: 0013378
2015-01-01 22:22 DrKnS Note Added: 0013379
2015-01-02 14:13 viktorf Note Added: 0013380
2015-01-02 16:40 DrKnS Note Added: 0013382