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Client operations > Take ownership of filesets - Pg. 300

Remove a privileged client If you need to remove a privileged client, you can do so using the rmprivclient command. In Example 7-64, we show how to remove a privileged client. GUI: Manage Servers and Clients Privileged Clients Select client Select action Revoke Root Privileges. Example 7-64 Remove a privileged client sfscli> rmprivclient LIXPrague Are you sure you want to remove LIXPrague as a privileged client? [y/n]:y CMMNP5380I Privileged client access successfully removed for LIXPrague. 7.6.3 Take ownership of filesets Now you can take ownership of filesets on your UNIX-based and Windows privileged clients. Take ownership of fileset: UNIX Here we will take ownership of a new fileset called "aixfiles", which was attached as "aixfiles" under the root in the global namespace. Notice that the CLUSTER_NAME, sanfs, shows as the root or base of the SAN File System on UNIX-based clients, and is appended to the directory where we chose to attach the global namespace when we installed the client (/sfs/sanfs). 1. Log in to the AIXRome client and view the directory listing to verify the default user ID, group ID, and permissions for the directory lixfiles, as shown in Example 7-65. At this stage, you could not create any files in this fileset, as the directory is owned by a user ID and group ID that do not exist locally, and there are no read/write/execute permissions.