Use SFTP (aka SSH file sharing) and mount the folder's using SftpDrive on
Windows and various tools are available for doing that under UNIX.
On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 10:06 PM, Joachim Rosenfeld
> I wish to store some files on my FreeBSD 7 server that will be used by
> various clients (FreeBSD, Windows, and Linux). What is a good way to
> export a directory so that it can be mounted on various systems and
> seen as a local directory?
> NFS is out, for security reasons.
> I was thinking of Samba, but I'm not sure of the security implications
> of using it over the public Internet.
> Somebody mentioned WebDAV, but I'm not familiar with it at all and I'm
> not sure if it can do what I need it to do.
> Any recommendations?
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