Overview of File and Resource Sharing Protocol Concepts and Operation
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Components of a File and Resource Sharing Protocol
Network file and resource sharing protocols allow users to share files effortlessly, but that doesn't mean the work doesn't still have to happen. It is still there, but shouldered by those who write the protocol, and those who administer its operation. Generally speaking, these protocols require at least the following general components:
The most common file and resource sharing protocol used in TCP/IP today is the Network File System (NFS). It is described in more detail in the next section.
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