Examples of usermap.cfg entries
Here are someexamples of usermap.cfg entries. The following table describes some simple /etc/usermap.cfg entries. Entry
"Bob Garj" == bobg
Meaning The Windows name Bob Garj maps to the UNIX namebobg and vice versa.
mktg\Roy => nobody
The Windows name Roy in the mktg domain maps to the UNIX name nobody. This entry enables Roy to log in with limited access to files withUNIX-style security.
engr\Tom => ""
Disallow login by the user named Tom in the engr domain.
The following table provides some examples with asterisks in the Windows names. Entryuguest ""
Disallow logins using the Windows name root from all domains.
corporate\* == pcuser
Any user in the corporate domain maps to the UNIX name pcuser. No mapping is donefor the UNIX name pcuser because an asterisk is used in the Windows user name.
Engineer == *
Any UNIX name maps to the Windows name Engineer in the storage system’s domain. Nomapping is done for the Windows name Engineer because an asterisk is used in the UNIX user name.
Either of the following
All UNIX users map to the corresponding names in the homeusersdomain. For example, a UNIX user named bob maps to
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homeusers\* * homeusers\* == *
All Windows users from the homeusers domain map to their corresponding UNIXnames. For example, a Windows user named john in the homeusers domain maps to the UNIX name john.
The following table provides some examples with IP qualifiers. Entry