1. To add permissions to a Share, click
2. From the Add Access Permissions pop-up window, select a Share or Shares for the user or group
to access. Select the checkbox in the title bar to select all the Shares listed.
3. Click Apply to save your changes.
4. In the table listing the Shares, check Read or Write for each Share. A user or group can have full
access by checking both Read and Write. To grant only read access, check only Read.
A user or group must have read access at a minimum. A user or group cannot have only write
5. Uncheck Read to remove all access to a Share and remove the Share from the table.
6. Click Apply to save your changes.
7. If NFS is enabled, the GID field is visible. The GID value must be the same on both the Linux client
and the ix2 for the client to access files. To modify the GID, type a new GID value.
Quota settings to enable quotas and set a default quota. Quotas are only set for
individual users, and not groups.
2. In the Quota Settings dialog, click Enable quotas to turn on quotas for each user. Quotas can be
set for each user individually or set as a default value.
3. Enter a Default Quota in gigabytes. When you set a default quota, this becomes the quota size for
all new users.
4. Check Set default quota for all users to globally set the same quota size to all users. You may
overwrite this default value for individual users by setting their quota size separately in the user's
5. Click Apply to save your changes.
Deleting Active Directory Users and Groups
To delete a user or a group:
From the ix2 Management Console, click Users and Groups to open the Users & Groups page.
To delete an existing user or group, click to expand that user or group.
In the Information section, click Delete. Deleting a user or group does not delete any Shares to
which the user or group has access. Click the checkbox if you want to Delete all Shares that
only this user can access.
In the confirmation pop-up window, click Yes.
If you do not wish to delete a user or group, click No to return to the Users & Groups page.
Add access permissions.
Using Active Directory Domain to Manage Users and Groups
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