0) Make sure you have Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate. The others won’t work.

1) Add the “Services for NFS” feature throguh the Program and Features thing in Control Panel

2) run something like:

mount -o anon \192.168.1.101\mnt h:

where h: is the drive letter the mount will be mounted to. Pretty awesome. This should probably work for directories as well. More here.

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