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Fri Feb 24, 2012 9:02 am

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Hi,
Runnging into an issue when attempting to mount to a users home dir via a MAC OSX 10.7 client (Lion). User has restricted access to this dir via active directory user auth (ntlmv2).

This user does not have access to the parent folder, admin and domain admin only.

When attempting to Connect To Server. I have access for a breif moment and then disappears (col and list views).

Took a capture and I see a Find Close Request sent by the client for a non-existent Find First.

71755 15.157888 10.60.112.20 10.63.136.138 SMB 107 Find Close2 Request

I reliaze the close-at-end option is carried on every find-first/find-next.

The Mac never needs to send a find-close; it is insanely sending a find-close with a search id that was never reported as 'open' in the first place.

Any help appreciatied.



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