DiskAccess is Premier NFS Windows Client enables Windows 9x/NT/2000/2003/XP systems to perform as NFS clients, so you can access file and print resources located on UNIX servers, mainframes, or other NFS-based server systems. In today's multi-vendor working environments, NFS (Network File System) support is essential. We understands the need to share data between Windows and UNIX systems. DiskAccess Solutions were developed to meet the demanding needs of the corporate user. If you need to integrate Microsoft Windows 95/98 or Windows NT/2000/2003 systems into multivendor networks and access file and print resources on UNIX and mainframe hosts, then you need DiskAccess. DiskAccess is NFS client for the Windows environment. DiskAccess gives Windows users network-based access to NFS-based file and print resources. With DiskAccess you can browse NFS file systems without committing a drive letter, accessing network resources only when you need them. Or you can have the option of establishing a full-time link to your server. Browsed connections are mounted and unmounted automatically, and frequently accessed NFS folders or files can be added as a short-cut to the desktop. This approach makes accessing resources easier, reduces NFS server load, and improves overall network performance.
Tags: Linux File Access , Network File Sharing , Nfs , Nfs Access , Unix File Access