Windows 8 Mounting Command

Can someone give me the equivalent of this command on Windows 8:

sudo mount -t nfs -o resvport nfs.dev.sman.local:/home/pixapp/ /Sman2/Destiny2/

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This is the command on a mac.

If there is no equivalent command then what are the steps to recreate?
onaled777Asked:
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Brian PringleSystems Analyst II, SCM, ERPCommented:
You need to use diskpart

c:\>diskpart.exe

list disk   <-- this shows all of the disks

select disk 0  <-- Change the drive number to whichever one you need.  This makes the disk the currently selected one.

detail disk   <-- this shows all of the info about the disk

list partition  <-- This shows all of the partitions

select partition 0  <-- Change the partition number.  This selects that partition

assign   <-- This will assign the next available drive letter, if possible

assign letter=R   <-- This will assign the drive letter R: to the partition

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onaled777Author Commented:
After that what do I do?  How exactly do i associate the local folder c:\Sman2\Destiny2 to the remote location nfs.dev.sman.local:/home/pixapp/.  Thanks for your guidance.
rindiCommented:
If you aren't using Windows 8.x Enterprise, you can't connect to nfs shares. That is only a feature available in the enterprise edition.

If you have a non enterprise version of Windows 8.x, you will have to look for a 3rd party nfs client...
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