I think I'm more confused than before. On 07/14/2010 06:59 PM, Kwan Lowe wrote: > The clients cannot be upgraded for several more months, possibly over > a year from now. They do not support NFS3. Is that to say that they are Red Hat 2.1, from 1995? (not RHEL 2.1)? > The Windows server does > support NFS2, but per the guidelines, this version is not allowed. So NFS2 is *not* allowed on Windows 2008, but it *is* allowed on CentOS? > Since we cannot modify the client at this time (i.e., install an NFS3 > capable client), and the underlying issue cannot be solved by changing > permissions on the server, we considered adding a third server that > would mount the Windows server then re-export it to the clients. So you can't configure the Windows server to export data only to the client PCs, but you can configure to export data only to the CentOS host?