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Hello

I can mount and unmount a folder (mount servername:/sharename /mnt), but when I cd /mnt
I got Permission denied.

The folder is shared with all machine read write, and windows 2000 everyone full permissions

Bye
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so you are doing the mounting and umounting from within Solaris?

and the folder that is shared physically exists on Windows 2000?

am I reading that right? I thought NFS was for UNIX to UNIX sharing.

Is the Windows box using NTFS?
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The windows are using NTFS the monut is between a Unix Solaris 7 and windows 2000 advanced server
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