When trying to mount an NFS container, getting access denied errors.
For example using the settings:
Access Protocol: NAS (NFS, CIFS)
Container Name: Backup
Marker Type: None
NFS Options: Read Write Access
Map Root To: Root
Client Access: Open (allow all clients)
I should be able to mount it with the following command from Windows (using NFS): mount -o anon \\hostname\Backup W:
Or from Linux: mount hostname:/Backup /mnt/Backup
But receive access denied errors.
The correct mount command should include "containers" in the path as that is how the DR appliance exports the NFS paths.
For example on Linux:
mount hostname:/containers/Backup /mnt/Backup
mount -o anon \\hostname\containers\Backup W: