Connecting to a mac NFS drive in Vista

  stephenfusi 20:19 11 Jan 09
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Hi,

I've moved into a flat with a shared drive containing different media that I want to access.

The shared drive is on a mac computer. With my Vista pc I want to access the shared drive (ie just mount it in windows. I know the path of the network drive, its just the ip address follwed by the name of the folder ie 192.xxx.x.xx/shared/folder

When I type the path into Windows to mount the drive it does not recognise. I am connected to the flat network wirelessly and have file and printer sharing enabled in windows for the connection.

My other flatmates who have macs can access the drive easily enough using the NFS protocol but we cant make this work...

Any ideas?

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