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Network File System (NFS) is a distributed file system protocol allowing the NAS to share directories and files with others over a network. Like SMB, NFS grants file-level access to users and programs.
NFS is widely distributed to host VMWare datastores or share network folders in a Linux/UNIX environment.
When enabling the NFS service on a share, it can be accessed with the following path: [NAS NAME or IP ADDRESS]:/shares/SHARE_NAME
The NFS protocol is not active by default. To activate it:
Important info: All NFS shares are public and available to everyone on the network.