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I have not used nfs in OS X, but I have in the many other favors of Unix. When you set up a NFS server you enable all of the NFS server daemons on the server side. Normally there is nothing you need to start on the client side. Once the server is up and running, you just mount filesystem in question on the question on the client. making sure that the client has the proper permissions to mount.

With that said, You are sure the server side is setup with all of the permissions set?

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