Configuring SafeNet StorageSecure in a CIFS Domain. Module 2: Lesson 2 SafeNet StorageSecure Storage Security Course. Lesson Objectives. By the end of this lesson, you should be able to: Add CIFS domain, server, and shares Secure CIFS data using encryption
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Module 2: Lesson 2
SafeNet StorageSecure Storage Security Course
StorageSecure appliances are deployed in a NAS environment between the hosts and the storage appliance.
StorageSecure has two interfaces: one client interface where all clients connect, and a Storage interface where the actual Storage connect.
Clients are required to send their I/O requests to the StorageSecure client interface. The actual shares accessible from the file-server interface are virtualized on the client interface.
Enter a Domain Access user credentials.
The account will need full access control for all shares to be encrypted.
Virtual server – Vhost1
Cross Mapping of share1
Virtual Share – accessed via StorageSecure
Security Management Security