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Windows Server 2008 R2 x64, multiple NICs on different networks, lab environment (not production), NFS configured, NFS shares deployed.

How can I isolate the NFS share such that it is only available on a single network?

Let's assume two NICs, one in and one in

Is there an easy option to ensure that the NFS shares are only available on and not on the other network? Right now, if someone were to connect to the NFS share via the 10.0.2.* address they could mount that share (if they have the correct credentials). I want to avoid that situation so that no storage traffic goes through the 10.0.2.* network.

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