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How to manage access from administration hosts
An administration host can be any workstation that is either an NFS or a CIFS client on the network.
Reasons to designate a workstation as an administration host
You designate a workstation as an administration host to limit access to the storage system's root file system, to provide a text editor to edit configuration files, and to provide the ability to administer a storage system remotely.
Administration host privileges
After the setup procedure is completed, the storage system grants root permissions to the administration host.
Requirements for using a client
An NFS or CIFS client must meet the requirements to manage the storage system.
How to specify administration hosts
Administration hosts are specified in the
Adding administration hosts
You can designate additional NFS clients or CIFS clients as administration hosts by editing the
Removing administration hosts
You can remove an NFS client or CIFS client from the administration hosts list by editing the
How to access the storage system
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