OpenText NFS Server – Network File System Solution
Turns Windows PCs into enterprise-class NFS servers, enabling NFS-enabled devices to seamlessly access Windows file resources.
What is Network File System?
Network File System (NFS) is a protocol which enables users to connect to a file storage system over a network and access the files as if they resided in a local file directory.
Most Windows-based network-attached storage (NAS) solutions lack a reliable and high-performance connection to UNIX® and other NFS-based storage devices. OpenText™ NFS Server empowers Windows NAS solutions with a true enterprise-class NFS server that integrates seamlessly with the Microsoft® ecosystem, from the operating systems to the Active Directory service.
What are the features of OpenText NFS Server?
- Supports Enterprise Directory Services for better access control with NIS, NIS+, LDAP, and Microsoft Active Directory
- Supports multiple directory service profiles for each directory service type
- Provides name mapping between Windows and UNIX users and groups
- Meets security and compliance requirements as the only PC NFS solution that supports NFSv4
- Support NFS versions 2, 3, and 4 (RFC1094, RFC1813, RFC3530)
- FIPS 140-2 compliant