CIFS storage
This chapter shows a realistic example for Common Internet File System (CIFS) storage that consists of a Clustered Data ONTAP system and a Windows 2008 server having several Ethernet ports.
We show you how to configure a storage virtual machine (SVM) for a Windows Host. Also, you will learn to configure several features such as creating a home directory, monitoring SMB statistics, and so on.
In the Data ONTAP 8.2 operating system, CIFS is currently supported in clusters of up to 24 nodes.
The following topics are covered:

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