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normaluser@SLES12SERVER:~> df -h|grep foo
10.8.3.119:/vol/foo_shared/shared         500G  6.4G  494G   2% /BAR/shared/foo
10.8.3.119:/vol/foo_shared/usr-fooo-node1  500G  6.4G  494G   2% /usr/fooo/foo
10.8.3.10:/vol/foo_data_backup            1.0T  320K  1.0T   1% /BAR_backup/foo/data
normaluser@SLES12SERVER:~> exit
SLES12SERVER:~ # df -h|grep foo
10.8.3.155:/vol/foo_data_mnt00001         1.0T  103M  1.0T   1% /BAR/data/foo/mnt00001
10.8.3.131:/vol/foo_data_mnt00002         1.0T  103M  1.0T   1% /BAR/data/foo/mnt00002
10.8.3.119:/vol/foo_shared/shared         500G  6.4G  494G   2% /BAR/shared/foo
10.8.3.119:/vol/foo_shared/usr-fooo-node1  500G  6.4G  494G   2% /usr/fooo/foo
10.8.3.10:/vol/foo_data_backup            1.0T  320K  1.0T   1% /BAR_backup/foo/data
SLES12SERVER:~ #

Q: What can possibly cause that a normal user (from AD) can see less NFS mounts in a simple "df" command, while root can see all?

Other AD user can see the all the mounts in the output of "df".

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