You need to download Windows Services for UNIX Version 3.5 to support NFS
mounts. From @Sridhar-Sarnobat: The simplest way to get up and running is:
Copy your /etc/passwd (and /etc/group) files from your NFS server to your
So my “departement head” told me to mount a share on a basic PC, until he have
time to deal. Our users PC are still under Windows XP… And I don't find right
tutorials to use one as NFS Server. If somebody know how to help, ...
May 27, 2013 ... Lightbulb HOWTO: Mounting NFS Shares on Windows XP. On my home LAN I
have a mixed cadre of systems with XP running alongside Ubuntu, and I have
movies, financial documents, printers, photos, MP3s, etc that need ...
Nov 22, 2011 ... It works in the most technical of senses. Reliability is heavily dependent on
consistent and simplistic use. If you just need a few XP clients to connect it will
work. If you need to do anything complicated, especially involving user ...
My NFS server is a Windows XP SP3 box with the Microsoft Windows Services for
Unix installed. I have a share configured under C:\NFS with the share name NFS
and ANSI encoding. Anonymous access is enabled, with the anon UID/GID set ...
May 24, 2020 ... Download WinNFSd for free. WinNFSd is a Network File System (NFS) server for
Windows. You can use any NFS client to mount a directory of Windows and read/
write files via NFS protocol.
NFS Server version 4.3 on 10/7/2008/2003/XP/Vista Platforms now includes the
following new features! Support TCP protocol for network connection; Support
cross domain file sharing; Support alias naming for exported directory; Support