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Is there an NT NFS server?

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I'm looking for an NT NFS server, from which I want to be able to use Unix Clients.  (Note there is plenty of software that does the reverse, i.e., mount Unix disks on NT/Windows clients via pcnfsd type daemons.)  Does such a thing exist?  Who makes it?  Is there a web site?  Have you had any experience with it?
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Check out
http://www.webfx.net/utilities/nfs/sossntr4.zip
for a "free" version, that might require work (we gave up and decided to spend the money!)

InterDrive @ http://www.ftp.com/mkt_info/idrivesrv/isvrplus.htm
has worked well for my group. Though there was a bit of work getting it installed the first time.

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Thanks.  Did you evaluate any other solutions, or was this the only one?
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