There are several tasks you should do after you install the SFU software.
Before you start using SFU and before you actually install N1GE. please check that user mapping is working correctly by following these steps.
Open a Interix shell.
Use the su command to switch to a known user.
Verify the access permissions of NFS shares which should be accessible by that user.
Try to access these network resources. If a user cannot access a Network drive, most likely the User Name Mapping is not working correctly.
Check users home directories. To enable the automounting of the users home directories use this series of menus:
Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management -> Users -> Properties -> Profile
click on connect to, select a drive letter, and enter the path of the users home directory in UNC notation:\\<server>\<share>\<user home>
Within the Interix subsystem, you might access all NFS shares through the special directory:/net/<server>/<share>
You might also create links to these directories to access the shares directly (for example, ln -s /net/myserver/export/share00/home /home).
Enable Administrator names on your machines.
Make sure that the Administrator accounts on all machines which should be enabled as executions hosts for N1GE use the same account name (e.g. Administrator).
Also make sure that this user has manager privileges in your N1GE cluster. If this is not the case then before the installation of the execution daemon, please add the privileges using this command:qconf -am <Administrator>
Set the CLI commands which start an editor. Make sure to set the EDITOR environment variable to vi or your preferred UNIX editor within the Interix subsystem before you start using UNIX commands.