NFS (Network File Share) is a protocol that allows you to share directories and files with other Windows and non-Windows clients in a network. The directory to be shared is usually created on the NFS server and files added to it.
The client systems mount the directory residing on the NFS server, which grants them access to the files created. NFS comes in handy when you need to share common data among client systems especially when they are running out of space.
NFS Server HighLights:
Some of the most notable benefits that NFS Server can provide are:
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