File Services

klaas hagemann klaas at
Tue Jun 18 09:36:16 EDT 2002

The main reason is, that we need mutliple shares beeing configured in an
ldap directory.
So we will have shares depending on the user, on the group and the location,
where the user logs in.
So you should have entries in your directory, which shares each person
should get mounted. To the others, he should not even get access.
But i haven't tested nfsv4 totally up to now, but maby someone knows,
whether nfsv4 or any other file service offers this feature?


----- Original Message -----
From: <Nicolas.Williams at>
To: <klaas at>; <kerberos at>
Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 3:16 PM
Subject: RE: File Services

> I'm curious about why NFSv4 did not work for you. Can you elaborate?
> Nico
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