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Inheritance is enabled by default. You would approach a situation like that as following: Open the folder's Security Settings. Add the user to the list. By default Allow is checked for Read, List Folder Contents and Read & Execute. Click OK and close the window. Open the Security Settings for file C. The user should already be listed as the file ...
To set the cache-control headers for a filepicker.io URL you can add the following parameter: cache=true and it will set the headers to Cache-Control: max-age=315360000 For example: https://cdn.filepicker.io/api/file/h3C4wbHoTSaSltX354Ui?cache=true
I just had a glance on Filestack, but not sure how it works. I guess S3 would be talking to your filestack using API.? In that case Amazon S3 has bandwidth charges, especially when it goes to Internet from AWS data center.
Did you set the "cache-control" header on your files in the S3 bucket? If not, the CDN will probably contact S3 on every request.
To answer the question wrt *nix servers with Windows 8.1/10 x64 clients, - one can mount an NFS client on Win8.1 and use nfs server on *nix - one can use SMB server on linux (samba is easily available). There are a few closed source smb3 stacks like MoSMB. SMB2/3 protocol is best for suited to Windows clients wrt features supported and performance. - ...
Seems editing the host file on each machine worked. But i still have no clue why that happened when everything was working just fine. Thanks for the help
CIFS support is not that great on some UNIX. AIX crashes like this come to mind but it also isn't great at POSIX for *nix clients like some apps expect. Some NAS appliances can export the same shares as NFS and CIFS. Your assumption that you must pick one is not necessarily true.
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