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With NFS (Network File System), you can share files via the network. The NFS server exports a system file, and the NFS client (your thin client) links this file to a mount point within its own file system. The exported file system then becomes a logical part of the thin client file system although, in physical terms, it remains on the server.

In order to set up an NFS mount, the server must first be configured. You will find detailed information on NFS on the relevant pages of the manual for your server operating system.

The procedure for sharing files via the NFS server is as follows: