Lukas et al

We often suggest using anonymous access, tightly controlled through the settings of the NFS server. There are issues, such as the UID/GUID are limited in how they are passed, as I recall. This has been the most expedient solution. You do set it up so that anonymous access is allowed only from certain IP addresses.

At least I think this is what we say - it's been a while.

Vern

Lukas Beeler wrote:
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 20:33, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
So what are the steps? Load a NSF server on my Windows server, use the
MOUNT command and then it's done? Do I have to UNMOUNT before full system
saves?

Windows Server 2003 R2 include an NFS Server as part of the base OS component.

If you use NFS to gather data from Windows, ensure that you enough
CALs to cover all 5250 users.


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