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Client for NFS

General Information

None at this time
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Windows 8

Default Description

Enables this computer to access files on NFS shares

Additional Information

This service is not installed by default and should not be installed on a “home” system. You can add or remove this service by heading to:

  1. Head to Start
  2. Select Control Panel
  3. Select Programs
  4. Select Programs and Features
  5. Select Turn Windows Features on or off

Default Startup Type

OS SP0
Windows 8 x86 Not Available
Windows 8 x64 Not Available
Windows 8 Pro x86 Not Available
Windows 8 Pro x64 Not Available
Windows 8 Enterprise x86 Manual
Windows 8 Enterprise x64 Manual

Service Names

Service Name (registry): NfsClnt
Display Name: Client for NFS

Default Path and Command Line Options

C:\Windows\system32\nfsclnt.exe

Log On As

Account: Network Service

Dependencies

Note: No dependencies are listed for any service in the WDP build I used to draft this information.
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Windows 7

Default Description

Enables this computer to access files on NFS shares.

Additional Information

This service is not installed by default and should not be installed on a “home” system. You can add or remove this service by heading to:

  1. Head to Start
  2. Select Control Panel
  3. Select Programs
  4. Select Programs and Features
  5. Select Turn Windows Features on or off

Default Startup Type

OS SP0 SP1
Windows 7 Starter Not Available Not Available
Windows 7 Home Basic Not Available Not Available
Windows 7 Home Premium Not Available Not Available
Windows 7 Professional Not Available Not Available
Windows 7 Ultimate Not Installed (Automatic, Started) Not Installed (Automatic, Started)
Windows 7 Enterprise Not Installed (Automatic, Started) Not Installed (Automatic, Started)

Service Names

Service Name (registry): NfsClnt
Display Name: Client for NFS

Default Path and Command Line Options

C:\Windows\system32\nfsclnt.exe

Log On As

Account: Network Service

Dependencies

What service Client for NFS needs to function properly:

  • Client for NFS Redirector (U, E)
    • Redirected Buffering Sub System (U, E)
      • Mup (U, E)
    • Server for NFS Open RPC (ONCRPC) (U, E)
      • TCP/IP Protocol Driver (U, E)
  • TCP/IP Protocol Driver (U, E)

What other service require Client for NFS to function properly:

  • None (U, E)

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Windows Vista

Default Description

Enables this computer to access files on NFS shares

Additional Information

None at this time.

Default Startup Type

OS SP0 SP1 SP2
Vista Home Basic  ?  ? Not Available
Vista Home Premium  ?  ? Not Available
Vista Business  ?  ? Not Available
Vista Ultimate  ?  ? Not Installed (Automatic, Started)
Vista Enterprise  ?  ? Not Installed (Automatic, Started)

Service Names

Service Name (registry): NfsClnt
Display Name: Client for NFS

Default Path and Command Line Options

C:\Windows\system32\nfsclnt.exe

Log On As

Account: Network Service

Dependencies

What service Client for NFS needs to function properly:

  • Client for NFS Redirector (U)
    • Redirected Buffering Sub System (U)
      • Mup (U)
    • Server for NFS Open RPC (ONCPRC) (U)
      • TCP/IP Protocol Driver (U)
  • TCP/IP Protocol Driver (U)

What other service require Client for NFS to function properly:

  • None (U)

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Additional Reading

NFS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_file_system