iSCSI - Driving me up the wall.
Ever get that feeling when you regret starting something, but actually you have come so far you want to see it out till the end.
Anyway, I have a Netgear ReadyNas Ultra2 which has been used as a very basic NAS for the last 12 months just for storing basic images and videos to take the strain away from main file servers. I have now enabled iSCSI and a 700GB partition which has married up with our Server2008R2 main very well. Created the drive and set folders/permissions and then deployed to the network.
Issue I am now having is there is no write/modify access to the device. I have set the correct permissions to allow anyone in the StaffLocal or Administrators group full NTFS Permissions, and confirmed that using the very handy NTFS Permissions reporter free. Using the server and the main domain admin account I managed to transfer files to the device from their old location.
You can now see the files, open them, play or copy them with no issues. However try and write, delete or make any modifications and you will be thrown out. The administrator account on the server still has full read/write access, however the admin account on any other server or pc away from the hosting server only has read access, of course that goes for all other users across the network.
I have opened a support case with Netgear just in case, but thought I would check here just to make sure I have not missed something blindingly obvious, as you can probably tell my first attempt with iSCSI