When you install an antivirus server like Trend Micro ServerProtect or McAfee VirusScan Enterprise for Storage or a backup agent (such as HP Data Protector) and you want to plug them on your NetApp, there is one action which is necessary to allow the Trend or ePO agent to communicate with the filer.
This action is to set up a user account which can bypass file security to scan or backup the shared files wherever they are stored on the NetApp qtrees.
So, the first step to accomplish this action is to create an Active Directory user account named yourdomain\youravuser (if you don't have one already). Then you have to add yourdomain\youravuser to the local backup operator group on the NetApp.
The commands to use are shown below.