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Preferably open source, but I'll take free (as in beer) if that's not available or even a commercial product if it is clearly the best option. I know there is a client built into Enterprise and Ultimate editions of Vista, but I'd rather not upgrade just for NFS.

Soren asks for alternatives/instructions in the comments:

The nekodrive on google code looks like it could be promising -- however it falls short on good instructions and it look like it is only available for 64bit, so I would accept an answer which would provide installation instructions only and/or for a port for how to install on 32bit.

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The vast majority of the answers below have extended your original request to many other protocols (SMB, SSH, SCP, SFTP you name it). If your server is beyond your control and only cares to be a NFS server, that won't help even a bit. A good commercial NFS client for windows is included in Reflection X - an X-windows stack for Windows. If you use the trialware, make sure to select the non standard install and to tick the corresponding check box. –  Alain Pannetier May 15 '11 at 6:58
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The nekodrive on google code looks like it could be promising -- however it falls short on good instructions and it look like it is only available for 64bit, so I would accept an answer which would provide installation instructions only and/or for a port for how to install on 32bit –  Soren Aug 18 '11 at 13:22
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