NFS mount: Permission denied. This is a purified and ridiculous "access denied"-problem, which I cannot resolve, trying to connect two simple Debian Linux boxes using simple NFS. Is there a bug, or have I just missed some basic access permission setting? The most significant recommendation from my friends is to start from scratch by ...Control Panel → File Services → Win/Mac/NFS → NFS Service → Enable NFS. For further details and screenshots on how to enable NFS see these instructions within the Synology guide on setting up NFS. Step 2 - Create/Edit a Shared Folder to Add NFS Permissions: Step 3 - Make Sure nfs-common is Installed sudo apt install nfs-common Step 4 ... Connecting to WebDAV server on Microsoft Windows. Mini-Redirector is a Microsoft WebDAV client that is provided as part of Windows. Here we will describe mini-redirector provided with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista. If Permission denied form is encountered on the boot when the NFS mount command (explained later) appears, as a possible reason, it will be necessary to modify the NFS permissions within the etc/exports file.The directory at the moment is just /mnt/nfs/synology I wanted rsync to copy the websites folder from ~/resilio-sync/websites to /mnt/nfs/synology so the nfs directory would then be /mnt/nfs/synology/websites. Sorry if i sound confusing. I have tried doing a simple rsync over ssh to my synology nas and that seemed to work just fine.이것은 nfs데몬의 파일핸들러가 없어서 발생한 것이다. 즉, $ ls -l /proc/fs/nfsd 를 실행하면 exports, filehandle, nfsv4leastime, nfsv4recoverydir, ports, threads, versions 등의 파일이 있어야 한다. In your Ubuntu terminal, if you run 'showmount -e 192.168.2.9', you should at a minimum see an output of "/volume1/video". If you do not, there is likely an NFS permission issue. You can resolve this by going to the Synology DSM Control Panel => Shared Folder -> Privileges -> NFS Privilege.