Microsoft KB Archive/108154
Article ID: 108154
Article Last Modified on 1/8/2000
- Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11
This article was previously published under Q108154
If you run Beame and Whiteside's network file system (BW-NFS) for Lan Workplace on open datalink interface (ODI) with Windows for Workgroups 3.11 and you set an NFS file system as a mounted drive, the drive is visible but not accessible in Windows. (It appears as a blank disk.)
This behavior is caused by a problem with the Beame and Whiteside NFS redirector.
Although the directory appears empty, the files can be accessed if you know the name of the file. Beame and Whiteside is aware of this problem.
Beame and Whiteside has developed new drivers to make Windows for Workgroups 3.11 work with its product and the ODI stack. The problem in the redirector will be addressed in a future release. For more information, contact Beame and Whiteside at (905) 765-0822 (phone)or (905) 765-0815 (fax).
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Additional query words: 3.11 B&W Beam NFS 3rdparty