Mounting a Nutanix container in Windows can be useful for transferring virtual disks and ISOs to/from a Nutanix cluster.
You must first add your Windows 10 system to the container or filesystem whitelist.
Then you need to open Control Panel, Programs, Programs and Features and install Services for NFS, Administrative Tools, and Client for NFS.
By default Windows 10 will try to use ports 1-1024 to try to restrict a normal user from posing as a root user. However, the Nutanix cluster will try to connect back with a much higher port. To disable this setting open a Command Prompt as Administrator and run:
nfsadmin client localhost config UseReservedPorts=no
You can then mount the Nutanix container using Map Network Drive.