[OpenAFS] XP SP3 Access denied error.
Tue, 14 Jul 2009 13:10:36 -0400
The "IoctlDebug" registry value should not be set unless you are
specifically attempting to debug the pioctl interface. In other words,
if fs, tokens, symlink, etc. commands are unable to communicate with
the cache manager, then setting "IoctlDebug" can be used to diagnose
that communication. "IoctlDebug" does not alter the cache manager
behaviors and does not affect the logging collected by "fs trace".
David Bear wrote:
> Make sure windows is fully patched - and make sure you are running the
> latest openafs client.
> Following those simple steps, I've compiled something a little more like
> a step by step guide when troubleshooting openafs that is short of the
> extensive notes in the openafs releasse notes -- which you should read...
> See if this has anything usefull --
> On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 8:14 AM, Steve Devine <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> I have a user on campus who just bought a handful of Dell Precision
> with Intel Q6600 processor.
> She can install the client no problem and upon reboot she can get
> tokens and map drives with no error. When she clicks on the mapped
> drive in My Computer she gets an "Access denied" error.
> This user has been running the XP OpenAFS client for several years
> and is no stranger to its operations.
> I have very little Windows experience - any suggestion I can give
> her. Useful debug tools?
> Also has anyone on this list installed the most recent client on a
> Dell Precision P3400?
> Steve Devine
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