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# 8  
Old 08-21-2015
Check if "services for nfs" are installed under windows features.

If nobody even knows if it's running NFS, I suspect it is not and should not.
# 9  
Old 08-21-2015
if your linux box and windows server are able to connect to each other, can you use rsync or scp?
# 10  
Old 08-26-2015
Thanks Kssolanki,
I cannot use scp as per the security issues, the server tea, wants me to use the NFS route.
# 11  
Old 08-26-2015
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Originally Posted by thinkingeye
Thanks Kssolanki,
I cannot use scp as per the security issues
What security issues would those be? Using NFS to avoid security issues sounds like using gasoline to avoid fire...
# 12  
Old 08-27-2015
Shouldn't the server team give you guidance on how to deploy NFS, then?
# 13  
Old 08-27-2015
Quote:
Originally Posted by thinkingeye
Thanks Kssolanki,
I cannot use scp as per the security issues, the server tea, wants me to use the NFS route.
This sounds like we cannot use doors and locks as per the security issues, the housekeeper wants me to use a string-curtain.

Btw., which version of NFS are you requested to use? NFSv4, NFSv3 or perhaps NFSv2 because of the security issues of the former two?

bakunin
# 14  
Old 08-27-2015
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Originally Posted by RudiC
Shouldn't the server team give you guidance on how to deploy NFS, then?
Thanks RudiC. The server team should, but as far as i know they are almost at the end of their contract and hence these issues. I have a script using winscp and works fine, but they wouldnt allow that Smilie

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Quote:
Originally Posted by bakunin
This sounds like we cannot use doors and locks as per the security issues, the housekeeper wants me to use a string-curtain.

Btw., which version of NFS are you requested to use? NFSv4, NFSv3 or perhaps NFSv2 because of the security issues of the former two?

bakunin
Thanks bakunin, i think they do not care about the version and as per me this is the first time ever i heard about this NFS MOUNT, i usually use winscp
Thanks

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