Follow this guide to connect to a NFS mount from a Windows machine.
First install the ‘Services for NFS’ feature in add/remove programs or powershell.
Install-WindowsFeature FS-NFS-Service -IncludeAllSubFeature -IncludeManagementTools
Default mounts as read only:
mount -o anon \\192.168.10.20\mnt\vms z:
Login to NFS server and get the UID and GUID of a user with write permissions.
Then on the Windows box:
regedit HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ClientForNFS\CurrentVersion\Default. # Create a new New DWORD (32-bit) Value inside the Default folder named AnonymousUid and assign the UID found on the UNIX directory as shared by the NFS system. # Create a new New DWORD (32-bit) Value inside the Default folder named AnonymousGid and assign the GID found on the UNIX directory as shared by the NFS system.
Restart the ‘NFS client’ service or reboot the computer, now the mount should have the appropriate permissions
First time connecting takes a long time, after that it is much faster.
NOTE: If this still isn’t working, check your ‘nfs exports’ file on the Linux box to ensure it allows connections from Windows machines.
2019-06 Update: One thing to check is the
NFS Settings tab in File Explorer to get the appropriate UID and GID to set