I've an NSS volume with bunch of symlinks created. These symlinks point to either: another file on the same NSS volume, or to another file on Linux (Reiser) volume, or to a file on mounted CIFS share. When I do "ls -l" on the linux console, these symlinks show up correctly. However, when I browse the volume using client 32 (on Windows XP), they don't show up at all. All others regular files are showing up properly though.

Worse, if I create a new file using client 32 having name same as that of an existing symlink, it simply overwrites the symlink. These symlinks do show-up properly on NRM though. Am I missing any setting on client 32 or NCP to enable browsing of symlinks in NSS volumes?