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DiskAccess

DiskAccess for Windows

  • Trial version
  • In English
  • Version: 6.0

NFS Windows Client to Access Unix System

DiskAccess is a good, trial version Windows software, that is part of the category Networking software with subcategory Internet Utilities.

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Since we added this software to our catalog in 2006, it has managed to obtain 2,168 downloads, and last week it achieved 1 download.

About the download, DiskAccess is a program that requires less storage space than most programs in the category Networking software. It's very heavily used in Poland, China, and Other Countries.

It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and former versions, and it is only available in English. The program version is 6.0 and its last update happened on 3/16/2006.

If you need to integrate Windows systems into multi-vendor networks and access NFS-based file and print resources on UNIX and mainframe hosts, then you need DiskAccess or DiskAccess LITE . The DiskAccess products are network file sharing clients for the Windows environment. You can connect to resources with drag-and-drop ease and manage file permissions from within Windows property sheets. Using Windows Explorer, Network Neighborhood, or File Manager, you can browse and connect to file systems and printers located on UNIX, Linux or other NFS systems.

With any version of DiskAccess, you can browse NFS resources without committing a drive letter, accessing network file systems only when you need them. Or you have the option of establishing a full-time link to your server. Browsed connections are mounted and unmounted automatically, and shortcuts to frequently accessed NFS folders or files can be added to the desktop. This approach makes accessing resources easier, reduces NFS server load, and improves overall network performance.

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