On Windows 10, open the control panel and click on : Uninstall a program.
Click on : Turn Windows features on or off.
In the "Windows Features" window that appears, expand the "Services for NFS" node and check the "Client for NFS" box there.
Wait while installing the NFS client.
This is very fast.
The NFS client has been installed.
To add an NFS network location on Windows 10, you need to open a command prompt and use the "mount" command.
mount nfs-server:/nfs-share Z:\
Z: is now successfully connected to nfs-server:/nfs-share The command completed successfully.
In the file explorer, click "This PC" (or "Computer") and you will see that a new network drive has appeared with the name of the desired NFS share.
As expected, we find our "test.txt" file created from the NFS server.
We can also create files in this NFS share.
The text file has been created.
The content of the "test.txt" file previously created from the NFS server is readable from the NFS client.
On your NFS server, you will see that additional icons have appeared on the shared folder through the NFS server.
The "test2.txt" file created from the client PC also appears on the NFS server.
To disconnect the network drive mapped to your NFS share, right-click "Disconnect" on it.
Note that you can also disconnect this network drive via the command prompt (cmd.exe) using the "umount" command.
To do this, use the "umount" command, specifying the letter of the network drive to disconnect as a parameter.
Logout Z: \\10.0.0.11\nfs-share The command completed successfully.
The desired network drive has disappeared.
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