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Release notes for the cisco nss2000 series network storage system, version 1.16
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Release Notes for the Cisco NSS2000 Series
Network Storage System, Version 1.16
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Compatibility
Release Notes for the NSS2000 Series Firmware Version 1. 1 6
November, 2009
These release notes contain important information about the Version 1. 1 6 release
of the Cisco NSS2000 Series Network Storage System and any limitations,
restrictions, and caveats that apply to this product.
This information is in the release notes:
Compatibility
Downloading and Upgrading the Firmware
Open Caveats
Closed Caveats
When the NSS is joined to the Windows Server 2008 domain and multiple users
are sharing the same file, these are the compatibility issues that can occur:
When accessing a database file (such as a Microsoft Access file), files
opened by the user automatically obtain an exclusive lock, blocking other
users from opening the files, even in read-only mode.
In other applications, when multiple users access the same file, each user
has read-write access privileges. This can cause the file to be overwritten
and can lead to data loss. If this occurs, no user warning message appears.

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  • Page 1: Release Notes

    Release Notes Release Notes for the Cisco NSS2000 Series Network Storage System, Version 1.16 November, 2009 These release notes contain important information about the Version 1. 1 6 release of the Cisco NSS2000 Series Network Storage System and any limitations, restrictions, and caveats that apply to this product.
  • Page 2 Release Notes Although this feature is working, Cisco does not fully support joining the NSS to the Windows Active Directory Server (ADS) in a Windows Server 2008 environment. This workaround only applies to a single user. (CSCsw93385) Downloading and Upgrading the Firmware This procedure describes how to upgrade the firmware on the NSS by using the NSS Configuration graphical user interface (GUI).
  • Page 3: Open Caveats

    Release Notes NSS2000 For more information about upgrading the firmware, see the Administration Guide available on Cisco.com. Open Caveats These are the open caveats for this release. • CSCsv34635 When the NSS is running over a network that is on a different subnet, a user cannot mount a CIFS connection by using a hostname.
  • Page 4 Release Notes • CSCsv34917 When rebuilding a RAID1 spare device, the rebuilding does not resume after the NSS reboots. After reboot, the array might be falsely marked as clean and the drive falsely marked as synced. This does not affect the initial rebuild of an array following a RAID creation.
  • Page 5 Release Notes There is no workaround. • CSCsv47151 When you create a share by using the Initial Setup wizard and enable NFS, users are assigned root privilege access. The workaround is to not enable NFS in the Initial Setup wizard. If NFS is required, you can enable it at a later time by using the Configuration GUI.
  • Page 6 Release Notes Closed Caveats Resolved in Firmware Version 1.16 • CSCsv34671 When the Network Access Filter is set to Policy=Drop Traffic and Filter=AllowAll or Policy=Drop and Filter=AllowCIFS, the CIFS mount now works. • CSCsv34675 When the Network Access Filter is set to Filter=AllowHTTPS and Filter=DropFTPS, you can now add Network Access from the Configuration GUI.
  • Page 7 Release Notes • CSCsv47174 The Network Identification page in the Configuration GUI now accepts  domain controller hostnames that begin with a digit. • CSCta87119 When running firmware V1. 1 3.30 on the NSS, you cannot configure a share folder to work with the Symantec BackupExec application. This problem was fixed in firmware version 1.

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