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Who's doing the computing on a remote folder in Windows?

When you're working with a remote folder, shared directory, or anything along those lines in Windows and you copy/move files, create a zip directory, or something along those lines on the server's ...
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NFS Mounts - Linux/Windows Permissions

I'm trying to mount a NFS-Share where I need specific permissions on the linux-site and a specific user on windows-site who is able to read AND write in this NFS-share. When I mount the share on ...
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Which network file systems do not implement locking correctly?

As a common cause for file corruption, documentation often cites as cause "NFS that doesn't implement file-level locking correctly" or something similar, e.g., for SQLite: How to corrupt an SQLite ...
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NFS Mount not showing in Windows Explorer

Ok. After several hours of searching Google, I can not find exactly what I need. After mounting an Ubuntu NFS share in Windows 7 via command line, it says it mounts successively. I know it was ...
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NFS Share in Windows - Drives mapped as folders

I am relatively new to Linux (Ubuntu Server 12.0.4.1), but I am learning quickly. I currently have a Windows 2008 R2 file server set up (not ready yet to change that to Linux, but have plans). The ...
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Best way to mount a remote ZFS share in Windows and make it appear local, or close to local

I primarily use Linux and Mac, where sharing folders and block devices is easy and just works. I have a 38TB ZFS-backed Ubuntu fileserver that pretty much stores all of my data for all of my devices. ...
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How do I mount an NFS share in Windows 8?

I have a NAS that I'd like to mount over NFS. It works great on my Mac, but I cannot figure out how to mount this device on Windows 8. I've searched a bit online, but all the articles seem to apply ...
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Copying From Windows to NFS: Can The Timestamps Be Preserved?

We have a Linux server that has NFS shares. Some Windows hosts (XP & 7) connect to it via Services for UNIX. I've been told the behavior is different from XP to 7 in terms of file creation dates ...
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Setting up a file share for a lab of Windows PCs with Samba or NFS

I am trying to setup a "shared drive" for our lab on a university campus. I installed Debian on a spare PC we have here and the "clients" are all using Windows 7 Professional. Ideally, they all want ...
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Symlink directories outside an NFS share in that NFS share

I'm trying to share a directory over NFS: Client: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Server: Arch Linux x64 I have a directory called /data/authorized. I'd like to symlink other directories that are not in ...
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Error mounting Arch Linux NFS share on Windows 7 Ultimate

I'm trying to mount an NFS share over a LAN: Server: Arch Linux x64 Client: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 The server already successfully exports NFS shares to other Linux machines, so I'm pretty sure it ...
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NFS client (SFU in Windows 7) creates folders with 'x' bits set to false

I have a drive mounted on a Windows 7 64-bit machine from a VirtualBox Ubuntu VM via NFS. Whenever I try creating a folder from Windows, the folder is created with its executable bit set to false, ...
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What to do with NFS server (UTF-8) and Windows 7?

NFS share is mounted using mount server:/share x: command. File(cyrillic) "Новый текстовый документ.txt" created with samba share (and using UTF-8) is shown as "Новый текстовый ...
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Any way to symlink an NFS folder on a NTFS drive on Windows 7?

I am using Windows 7 and have successfully mounted an nfs drive using the Windows NFS Client. I would now link to symlink (or create a junction in different terminology) a folder to a location on a ...
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CIFS (Windows Share) or NFS for Windows directory share

I have a (Virtualized) Linux server which I'd like to backup regularly. The rest of our environment is Microsoft and our backup solution (ArchiveIQ) runs only on Windows - there are no Linux clients. ...
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Network login brings in user environment to any machine

In this article about Sun, the author talks about how using a Sun network meant that you could log onto any computer on a network and all of your personal tools and settings would be there. Is it ...
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How to set identity for Windows client for NFS without identity server?

I am using the Windows 7 NFS client to access a Fedora FC 11 NFS Server. The identity presented by Windows NFS Client to the NFS server can only be set in AD or if running a special identity server ...