I'm trying to share an NFS share over NCP through our OES2 server as a test,
I can see the files which are on it but i am unable to open or copy them on
a workstation.

The nfs share is a read only share on a Fedora7 machine with
(ro,no_root_squash), file rights on the source are usually 770 but 777 didnt
make a difference.
Files are owned by postfix:apache which do not exist on OES2, I *CAN* read
the files directly on the OES server as root.

mounted on our OES with mount -t nfs server:path /mountpath/ and made a NCP
share through NRM.

What am i missing... The 777 right should have gotten around the fact that
the owners dont exist as far as i know, but it didn't.