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Mount NFS on Win 7


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Hi,

Thanks alot for the information. I am still wondering the command line options to enable NFS service from Control Panel (which is discussed in the link provided by you).

Appreciate your help on that.

---- Dinesh

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Hi,

Thanks alot for the information. I am still wondering the command line options to enable NFS service from Control Panel (which is discussed in the link provided by you).

Appreciate your help on that.

---- Dinesh

Open Control Panel

Select "Programs and Features"

Select "Turn Windows Features On or Off" in the upper left hand corner

In the window that appears go to "Services for NFS" and check the appropriate boxes.

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Hi,

I knew on how to do it manually (by navigating to Control Panel). But I am looking for a way to enable the same using command line options. In other way, I want to write a batch script which does this thing for me.

Appreciate your help on this.

Thanks,

Dinesh

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Open Control Panel

Select "Programs and Features"

Select "Turn Windows Features On or Off" in the upper left hand corner

In the window that appears go to "Services for NFS" and check the appropriate boxes.

Hi Blekthor;

I cannot find "Services for NFS" within Windows Features. Do I need to install something externally? I am using Windows 7 Home x64.

Thanks in advance.

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Open Control Panel

Select "Programs and Features"

Select "Turn Windows Features On or Off" in the upper left hand corner

In the window that appears go to "Services for NFS" and check the appropriate boxes.

Hi Blekthor;

I cannot find "Services for NFS" within Windows Features. Do I need to install something externally? I am using Windows 7 Home x64.

Thanks in advance.

sorry partner, it's not in Windows 7 Home - only in Ultimate and Enterprise

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