HI All

I have created a directory with NFS mountpoints which mount a number
of remote Linux directories. This mount point I have then enabled as
an NCP volume.

From a read viewpoint it works really well as I my users can access
all the linux directories they need without having to use multiple
connections.

The problem is that when a file is created it retains the uid of the
user rather than the squash id info that has been setup in NFS.

It works prefectly if I copy a file in from the oes box direct.

I there a way to tell the NCPSERV to ignore rights when creating a
file ?

Thanks in advance

Regards

Mark Casey
Pegasus Technology Pty Ltd
www.pegasustech.com.au