This is what I did : Created a NFS share with same name and given access to few servers.
Windows servers are using AD authentication in our environment. No LDAP configured in Linux. Local Linux users are trying to access the share but they do not have permission to read / write.
drwxrwx--- 9 1000106 1000000 176 spet 28 13:24 share
This is what they see on the server. Linux team do not want to modify permission from server end. Is there any why to give full permission to all the users or some particular users for this mount point from Isilion ?
The WebGUI for an NFS export allows to define client machines as well as (all) non-root users to access the export "as root". But boy will that produce a mess with on-disk permission when these users are going to write stuff... Try it on a test folder to see if you really want this. (Or: export read-only to client machines and map users to root, so they can read everything but change nothing.)