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NfsShare

Represents a share that is exported by the Windows NFS server.

Element hierarchy

<NfsShareConfig>
<NfsShares>
<NfsShare>

Syntax

<NfsShare>

  <!-- Child elements -->
  ( Name
  & Path
  & NetworkName?
  & AnonymousUid?
  & AnonymousGid?
  & UnmappedAccess?
  & AnonymousAccess?
  & SharePermission?
  & Authentication?
  )

</NfsShare>

Key

?   optional (zero or one)
&   interleave connector (may occur in any order)

Attributes and Elements

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

Child ElementDescription
AnonymousAccess

If true, the NFS share is configured to allow access by anonymous users.

AnonymousGid

The group identifier to be used for anonymous users accessing the share.

AnonymousUid

The user identifier to be used for anonymous users accessing the share.

Authentication

The types of security that the NFS client can use when accessing a share.

Name (type: NonEmptyString)

The name (alias) for the share.

NetworkName

The failover cluster client access point (network name) through which the highly available NFS share is exported.

Path

The local path to the exported share on the Windows NFS server.

SharePermission

Represents the access permissions that apply to a share that is exported by the Windows NFS server.

UnmappedAccess

If true, the NFS share is configured to allow unmapped UNIX user access by UID or GID.

 

Parent Elements

Parent ElementDescription
NfsShares

Contains NfsShare elements.

 

Requirements

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/nfs/2011/03/share

 

 

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