AnsweredAssumed Answered

Can't rename folder/file

Question asked by Valdimir Belousov on Feb 11, 2014
Latest reply on Feb 11, 2014 by Valdimir Belousov

Good day!
When we enable SMB2 on HNAS
appears the following problem :
Clients running on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 ( kernel 6.0 and above) , get the error (
screenshot below) .
Cannot_Rename_Error.jpg

The situation is reproduced as follows:
At the root of the network drive we create a directory structure with the following hierarchy : "/ TEST / HNAS" - all successfully .
Trying to create a folder inside HNAS  - get an error .

We noticed that the error occurs when subfolders on 2 levels and below the root directory. Also in these subfolders can not rename the files created .
We also get the network dump , reproducing the situation. It stated that SMB2 when renaming the folder / file displays an error :
SMB2: R - NT Status: System - Error, Code = ( 14 ) STATUS_NO_SUCH_DEVICE IOCTL (0xb)


Anyone solved a similar problem?

Outcomes