How to mount Linux as an NFS client of a Windows Server NFS share?

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  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6, 7, 8
  • Windows Network File System (NFS)


  • I want to have access to my NFS share in my linux machine from my windows client
  • How to mount Linux as an NFS client of a Windows Server NFS share?
  • How can I access to NFS share on my Linux server from Windows?
  • How to mount Windows NFS share in Linux?


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Ensure the needed packages are installed in the Microsoft Windows in use; the procedure may vary depending on the Windows version in use. Contact your vendor for further assistance on how to configure Windows's NFS export.

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After configuring Windows's NFS service, mount the file system. Refer to the following documentation to mount NFS Client:

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