Server version 4.2 on 2000/NT/XP Platforms now
includes the following new features!
TCP protocol for network connection
cross domain file sharing
alias naming for exported directory
file name character mapping between Unix and
Known for its
reliability and ease of use, Intel Corporation endorses
Omni-NFS Server to all of its customers to help breach the
gap between Unixs and PCs. Omni-NFS Server turns any
Windows 2000 & NT/98/95/ME/XP machines into an NFS
Server to enable UNIX users to access the Windows
resources (including Hard Drive, CD-ROM and printers) that
have been exported for remote NFS clients. Features
included are NFS server and LPD.
- Supports removable
- Supports 3rd Party
- Supports DOS-To-UNIX
file format conversion.
- Supports Web NFS
on NT 3.51 and 4.0 either workstations or servers.
integrated with NT security, use NT local or domain
NFS version 2.0 and 3.0.
pcnfsd version 1.0 and 2.0.
mount version 1 and 3.
FAT, NTFS, CDFS, HPFS file systems.
network locking manager.
up to 2 billion GB(64bit) long file size.
a graphical interface to create and maintain the
secure NT to UNIX account mapping.
with Windows Explorer to share a NFS directory from
Explorer or Network Neighborhood.
peer-to-peer networking between PCs.
NIS server searching
multiple NIS servers