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Resolves the mapping of a Windows user account or group account to a UNIX identifier.
Resolve-NfsMappedIdentity [-Id] <UInt32> [[-AccountType] <WindowsAccountType>] [-AsJob] [-CimSession <CimSession>] [-ThrottleLimit <Int32>] [<CommonParameters>]
Resolve-NfsMappedIdentity [-AccountName] <String> [[-AccountType] <WindowsAccountType>] [-AsJob] [-CimSession <CimSession>] [-ThrottleLimit <Int32>] [<CommonParameters>]
The Resolve-NfsMappedIdentity cmdlet queries a Network File System (NFS) server to resolve the mapping of a Windows user account or group account to a UNIX identifier.
When Resolve-NfsMappedIdentity queries the local NFS server, the local NFS server searches its cache. If the NFS server finds the mapping, the information is returned. If
the NFS server mapping does not find the mapping in the server cache, the NFS server queries the configured mapping store. If the NFS server finds the mapping in the mapping
store, the mapping is returned, locally cached, and periodically refreshed.
The main purpose of Resolve-NfsMappedIdentity is to perform mapping diagnostics. Administrators can determine whether the NFS server can successfully get the correct
mappings for users and groups by using its current configuration.
For more information about NFS, see Network File System. For more information about NFS account mapping, see NFS Account Mapping Guide and Identity Management for UNIX.
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Example 1: Resolve a Windows user account to a UNIX UID
PS C:\> Resolve-NfsMappedIdentity -AccountName "PSPinto" -AccountType "User"
Windows Account : PSPinto
Account Type : User
Identifier : 402
This command resolves the Windows user account PSPinto to UNIX user identifier 402. The output reflects the identity mapping that the local NFS server returns.