Download the software here: HaneWIN NFS Server for Windows 1. Click Next and go through the typical install procedures. 2. Locate the "firewall.bat" and right click on the file and "Run as administrator" This file will set up the basic rules for your firewall. It will open the ports for HaneWIN NFS to work properly across your network. 3. This CMD screen will pop up ... Press any key to continue. 4. Make sure "HaneWIN NFS Server" and "haneWIN SunRPC Portmap Daemon" are checked. 5. Right Click on NFS Server on your desktop and choose "Run as administrator" 6. Change "Number of UDP NFS Server Threads" to 32 (for maximum speed) 7. Change "Maximum NFS transfer size (bytes) to 32768 (for maximum speed) 8. Click on the "Exports" tab and click "Edit exports file" 9. Add "#" signs to the top three examples or remove them entirely. 10. Add the location of the folder you would like to share with the bottom of the text box. z: \ Media -readonly -name: Media -range 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.255 There are the following options: -name: <share name> assign a name to the exported path via which a mount can be made. -alldirs allows the client to mount any directory within the file system. -umask: <mask> sets the access mask for group and world on the file system, default 022 -readonly just read -public access via WebNFS protocol. -lowercase all file names are converted to lowercase letters. -exec For all files, the x bit is set in the access rights. -mapall: <uid> [: <gid>] all Unix users and group IDs are mapped to the specified user ID <id> and group id <gid>. -maproot: <uid> [: <gid>] Accessed from the privileged Unix user ID root are mapped to the specified user ID <id> and group id <gid>. Without a registered figure, the user is always mapped to the user nobody. -range includes the following IP addresses as from-to-address pairs and allows all clients in this area to access (more flexible than the Unix -net option). Using "-readonly" and or "-public" eliminates the need for usernames and passwords 11. Click "Save" 12. Click "Restart Server" Your newly created share should now be accessible based on the parameters you created in Step 10.