1. Mounting (NFS) file system exported from NT Server
I have a problem mounting/using a file system exported from an NT
Server which is using Chameleon NFS for NT, from ANY unix client
machine that I have tried (SUN OS, Solarix, Unixware, etc.). As the
root user on the Unix (NFS client) platform, I can perform the mount,
but I cannot access any files/directories in the NT Server exported
filesystem. Apparently (I have been told), the Chameleon software does
not like a Unix root accessing the NT exported filesystem, but I do not
know how to perform a "mount -F nfs ..." on any Unix client platform
without being the root user.
A work-around would be to export a filesystem from the Unix platform,
making the Unix platform the NFS Server and the NT Server machine the
NFS client, but this undesirable for the following reason: the NT
Server machine is scanning documents to the shared filesystem, and if
it is necessary to perform a network transfer for every page scanned
(during the scanning process), this becomes very slow.
I guess, that another question would be, "How do I perform the 'mount
-F nfs ...' from a Unix client without being the root user?".
All help gratefully received,
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