Enable NFS services:
Microsoft Windows includes a service for NFS but you will need to enable it before you can use NFS. The following TechNet article provides more information on enabling the NFS service.
A registry addition is required to have rewrite access to NFS shared from a Windows system. The reason is that he anonymous UID and GID for Client for NFS to access a NFS your share is set to -2. This needs to be set to 0.
From the command line run: regedit
Add two DWORD 32bit values: AnonymousUid and AnonymousGid
Set theses values to: 0
Restart your Client for NFS service or restart your Windows Virtual Machine
You can mount the share from the command line with:
mount <NFS_Server_IP>:<Share_Path> <Mount_Point>
mount 192.168.31.254:/vol/joyfb7fff88_ae36_4c25_9d4b_df6e3c64efc2 z:
or you can use Expolrer to 'Map a Drive' using <NFS_Server_IP>:<Share_Path> as the share
To have your mounts be persistent on a reboot you need to set up a script that mounts shares on boot. More information can be found here: