Our W2K admins are having issues trying to set security on NAS shares..they want certain shares to be accessible to only select people but they seem to get locked out and have issues with inheritance or something...is there a admin account for NAS ..does the NAS have to see our domain or something..I am SAN person so do not get involved in the W2K side of things..
Celerra doesn't have an admin account that connects it to the Windows AD. When you create a CIFS server, you can join it to your domain or leave it stand alone. When you join it to your domain it behaves just like any other server/workstation on your domain (minus the GUI and hardware).
in order to get help I think you need be more specific on what your config is (standalone vs. domain-joined, localusers) and what tools your Windows guys are using and what errors they get.
In general if a Celerra CIFS server is joined to the domain the domain administrator group is automatically put into the Celerra local Administrators group and anyone in there can use Windows Tools like MMC to manage the shares.
Unless you specifically created the CIFS server with local users enabled (non-default) there is no CIFS admin account on the Celerra.