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PATH OF THE MOUNT

Created: 20 Jun 2012 • Updated: 21 Jun 2012 | 7 comments
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 HI ALL,

WHY I SHOULD USE THIS AFTER CONFIGURING THE NFS FOR SHAREPOINT "Add the path of the mount command to the PATH system variable"

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Will Restore's picture

So it can be found without having to specify the full path

Will Restore -- where there is a Will there is a way

Marianne's picture

If you don't, It will not work. cheeky

I have been working with NBU for 13 years now. I have learned this:
If you follow instructions, things work....

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Rami Nasser's picture

appreciate your response but can you provide me with the exact instruction.its realy new for meblush

Andy Welburn's picture

Depending on the actual OS (but similar in general for each):

<right-click> My Computer -> Properties -> Advanced (System Settings) -> Environment variables

Find/highlight "path" -> Edit & add the path to the existing entries.

Marianne's picture

OK - seems you need to know HOW and not WHY?

In that case - Andy's post should help....

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Rami Nasser's picture

in fact the right question is what is the" path of the mount command" what i should edit after configuring nfs services

Andy Welburn's picture

The PATH would be wherever the 'mount' command is located on the client once NFS package is installed.

Search for 'mount' & wherever it's located e.g. C:\here\there\everywhere put that into the PATH system variable (entries here are separated by semi-colons ";" )

 

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