So I have an NFS mount which is provided by netapp. It is mounted from a client perspective on both linux and windows machines. If i create a file on the windows mount point then when i look at the permissions on linux the owner/group is "nobody" rather than my AD user.
I read that I should be configuring idmapd.conf on linux to have the domain and to use nsswitch. So i have configured idmapd.conf like so:
[General] Verbosity = 0 Pipefs-Directory = /run/rpc_pipefs # set your own domain here, if id differs from FQDN minus hostname Domain = domain.ad.company.com [Mapping] Nobody-User = nobody Nobody-Group = nogroup [Translation] Method = nsswitch
Other than this configuration. Is there anything else i might be missing? I keep seeing parts about matching UID and GID's, but why would I need to do that if i access both windows and linux via one active directory account?