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 +====== NFS ======
 +Network File System (NFS) is a network file system protocol allowing a user on a client computer to access files over a network in a manner similar to how local storage is accessed. NFS, like many other protocols, builds on the Open Network Computing Remote Procedure Call (ONC RPC) system. ​
 +^ Field  ^ Description ​ ^
 +| **Enable NFS Service** | Select the check-box to enable the NFS service. The current state of the service is displayed as “Service is stopped” or “Service is running”. ​ |
 +| {{:​plus_icon.png|}} | Click the **Plus** icon to add a new host. |
 +| {{:​minus_icon.png|}} | Click the **Minus** icon to delete a host. |
 +| **Host** | The IP address or IP range of the client. |
 +| **Read Only** | This client has read access but cannot modify or add any data. |
 +| **Insecure** | Enable this option when mounting the drive on Mac OS X. |
 +| **Add** | Click **Add**, select a new directory and then click **Open** to add the select directory. | 
 +| **Delete** | Click **Delete** to delete the selected directory. |
 +| **Save** | Click **Save** to save the changes. |
 +| **Refresh** | Click **Refresh** to refresh the page. |


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