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How can I access my i3070/3070 ICT board directories residing on Linux/UNIX controller, if I am running my ICT controller on Windows® 7?

Services for Network File System (NFS) and Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications (SUA) are the software packages provided by Microsoft® to enable the UNIX subsystem and other parts of the UNIX environment to be integrated onto the Windows environment.

Unlike the Service for UNIX (SFU), the server components namely Server for NFS, User Name Mapping, Server for NIS and Password Synchronization is not included in SUA. They are only available on Server editions of Windows (i.e. Windows Server 2008).

The NFS and SUA are enabled only on the Windows 7 Ultimate or Enterprise edition but not on the Windows 7 Professional edition. If you are already using Windows 7 Professional and need to connect to the Linux/UNIX server, you need to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate. More information on how to upgrade can be found on this website: Windows Anytime Upgrade.

Open Windows Anytime Upgrade by clicking the “Start” button and type “Windows Anytime Upgrade” in the search box (see figure below), then click “Windows Anytime Upgrade ” in the results list.
 

Enter the “Windows Anytime Upgrade” key and follow the instructions in the pop-up menu to complete the upgrade process. It may take 5-10 minutes.

Related FAQs:

1. How to access board directories resided on the Linux/Unix server using SAMBA/Common Internet File System (CIFS), if ICT controller is on Windows® 7?

2. How can I turn on the Services for NFS on Windows® 7 ICT controller?

3. How can I turn on the SUA and its UNIX utility package on Windows® 7 ICT controller?

4. How can I set up File Security and board directories with NFS share?

5. What are the known conflicts between MKS NutCracker and Interix and the recommended workaround solutions?

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