How can I mount an NTFS volume to the iSeries?
I don't know of a way to directly mount NTFS volume on the iSeries. You can use the iSeries as an NFS client (so if the NT has an NFS server, you may mount from it), or you can directly access shred directories on the NT server by using QNTC virtual directory as described here. This will allow access from the iSeries programs to the NT disks.
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