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Share vmware client data to host machine

I have windows Vista which is running UBUNTU DESKTOP on a vmware client. How do I share the data which is residing on one of the directories on UBUNTU to Windows host
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mnis2008
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mnis2008
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Luciano PatrãoICT Senior Infraestructure Engineer Commented:
Hi

Have you try to use the WinSCP to connect between Windows and Linux/Unix server?

http://winscp.net/eng/index.php

Whit this tool, you will have connection between the two servers with a Explorer view when you can copy/move files between the two systems.

Hope this can help.

Jail
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Configure SAMBA on the linux client and the share the folder. From windows then you can just access it as a normal share.  \\linuxboxname\sharename

http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubuntu/install-samba-server-on-ubuntu/
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giladhechtCommented:
You can configure a SAMBA file share or NFS export to a specified directory/mount point,and load
the share on your Vista boxv using normal network share prompt \\server\share .
But don't forget to configure permissions on the Linux box,SAMBA needs to be configured with a default access user group (guest/nobody/root) and user access priviliges (read,write,execute) so you can also do more than just looking at the files.
Good Luck!
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DJ-Andrey-sXeCommented:
Another solution is FTP.

For example, try pure-ftpd.
After installation (pure-ftpd package) put data in /var/ftp
then download it by using your favorite FTP Client.
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