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Problem: I have tried to install your software, but all I get is the error message: "Setup is unable to run an intermediate file needed to proceed with the installation." "Error 105." What should I do?
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Problem: I received my license files by email. How do I add my license files to my computer?
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Problem: How can I automatically start ProNFS in Server mode when my PC boots up?
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Problem: How can I control the file mode? Can I set or reset the 'system', 'archive', or 'hidden' attribute of MS Windows file (and directory) by using UNIX commands?
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Problem: Can I run ProNFS (Network File Server Program) as a service in Microsoft Windows?
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Problem: Can I run ProNFS (Network File Server Program) as a service in Microsoft Windows?
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Problem: It seemed like my FTP server conflicted with your NFS-Server. I am using WarFTP server. Is there a known conflict between these two products?
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Problem: I just installed ProNFS, however I cannot find NFS Client.
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Problem: I am trying co copy a 533MB file from UNIX to the pronfs drives, but it keeps on timing out on different times during the copy. Do you have any suggestions?
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Problem: Do you have step by step instructions on how to setup ProNFS as a client on Windows XP?
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Problem: Using ProNFS Client 2.1 to connect to a Sun Solaris 8 system. Have set up ProNFS v2.1 client to connect to an export file system. The PC boots fine and authenticates with the NFS server correctly. I am able to map network drives to the exported NFS file system. The problem is that the first time I access the export NFS file system, performance is good (a second or 2 at most). The more I browse around on the exported file system, the longer the PC takes to display the contents of folders. Each time I go to a folder (whether it is a folder I haven\'t visited yet or one that I have already been in), the amount of time it takes to display the contents gets longer. The amount of disk activity increases each time that I move to another folder. After browsing to 8-10 folders, the amount of time it takes to display the folder contents now is measured in minutes as opposed to a few seconds. I also see an increase in the amount of processing time the explorer uses. Could use some assistance.
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Problem: I installed the NFS-Server and set "NFS User Access" to 'any-host, any-user, any-group can read/write'. After mounting the PC-local-disk (C:\temp) on the Linux-file-system (/usr1/temp), I (not root-user) can read the PC-files. But I cannot write (and create) any file on the NFS-mounted disk. Only the root-user can write files. We use "RedHat 6.0" Linux.
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Problem: I've installed the ProFNS into our Window 2000 advanced server without any difficulty. My user profile is administrator equalvalent. The problem I am facing now is the proNFS in the server was shut off when I log off from the server! How do I program proNFS in the server to remain active unless I manually shut it off?
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