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2.) On the ECS side, configure the NFS share. See the ECS Administration Guide for what can be downloaded from https://support.emc.com/products/37254_ECS-Appliance-/Documentation/.
3.) Enable Write Permissions for the Anonymous User:
With the default options, a user has read permissions when mounting an ECS NFS share using the anonymous user. We can give the anonymous user write permissions by changing the UID and GID that it uses to mount the share.
To change the UID and GID we must make a simple change to the Windows registry by performing the following steps:
4.) Mount the NFS share on your windows CMD line:
C:\Users\bob>mount -o "nolock,sec=sys" x.x.x.x:/test-nfs-ns/test-nfs-bucket y: Note: x.x.x.x = Public IP of ECS node or load balancer. 5.) Please be noted that each time when you Windows restarts, you need to re-mount the NFS share by default. There are different workarounds available but this is not ECS related by nature. One example below: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/44445dc3-0185-407f-b8ad-711f22cd4ec6/windows-nfs-client-reconnect-to-nfs-target-on-reboot?forum=winserverfiles
ECS Appliance, Elastic Cloud Storage
07 Mar 2023