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NFS User Name Mapping Connection

Updated: January 27, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

User Name Mapping associates user accounts between Windows and UNIX domains. User Name Mapping associates Windows and UNIX user names so that users logged onto a UNIX domain can access shared resources on Windows without logging on separately to the Windows domain.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1005

NfsServer

Server for NFS could not obtain mapping information from User Name Mapping. Server for NFS will make another attempt after %2 minutes. Without any mapping information, Server for NFS will not be able grant file access to users. Verify the User Name Mapping service is started on the User Name Mapping server, and User Name Mapping ports are open on firewalls.

1006

NfsServer

Server for NFS is not configured for either Active Directory Lookup or User Name Mapping. Without either Active Directory Lookup or User Name Mapping, Server for NFS cannot grant file access to users. Configure Server for NFS for either Active Directory Lookup or User Name Mapping using the Nfsadmin command-line tool.

1007

NfsServer

Server for NFS successfully obtained mapping information from User Name Mapping.

1064

NfsServer

User Name Mapping successfully obtained updated mapping information from User Name Mapping.

1065

NfsServer

Server for NFS could not obtain updated mapping information from User Name Mapping. Server for NFS will continue to use the mapping information it has and make another attempt after %2 minutes. If this problem persists, Server for NFS mapping information may become significantly out-of-date and may not be able grant file access to users. Verify that the User Name Mapping service is started either locally or on the remote server, and that User Name Mapping ports are open on firewalls.

Related Management Information

Server for NFS

File Services

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