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Windows applications do not see files on CIFS share mapped without FQDN

I've run into another oddity recently on our cluster with respect to Windows 2003 and Windows 7 (using Explorer or even plain batch files, C# programs, FORTRAN programs, etc) and files on a CIFS share ...
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Intermittent logon failures or lock out failures when under high impersonation load

Recently we've been seeing an interesting slew of failures on our cluster where users' jobs will intermittently fail with logon errors, account locked out errors, or file permission errors. Our ...
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SYSTEM user (Windows 2003) through network

We're trying to connect an email server with a NAS device. Email server runs over Windows 2003 Server and NAS device with Open-E. No "Active Directory", just shared folders with CIFS. In order to ...
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Monitor and copy file changes on Windows Server 2003 over NFS or CIFS to *nix

Machine A, Windows Server 2003. Machine B, Ubuntu 9.04. Aim is to copy new and updated files only automatically as fast as possible from A to B. B can mount A either as CIFS or NFS (Services for Unix ...
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Copying files to Windows CIFS NTFS share from Mac retains last-modified (but updates created-at) but we don't want it to. How?

Copying a file / folder to a Windows NTFS share from Mac OSX10.6.x updates the "Created At" to be time of copy (this is fine) but doesn't modify "Modified At". We want it to update the Modified At as ...
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What is the safest way to give anonymous read/write access to Windows file shares?

I need to create a Windows file share and configure it so that the files can be modified over the network without the user needing to authenticate. In some cases this will be an interactive user ...
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server 2008 to 2003 slow filetransfer using cifs

I just tried copying a file over cifs (windows file sharing) between a server 2003 R2 and a new server 2008 SP1 and I'm getting horrible speed. it's a 300MB file that is taking around 30 minutes to ...