Review the following list of key terms:
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)—
A client/server utility and protocol used to transfer files between two computers. In addition to transferring files, the FTP utility can create and remove directories and display the contents of directories.
Network File System (NFS)—
NFS allows the user on an NFS client computer to access files located on a remote NFS server computer transparently.
Remote Copy (rcp)—
This Unix-based utility allows you to copy files between computers using syntax that is similar to the Unix cp command. It provides a simple syntax to copy files and does not require the user to log in prior to initiating the file copy process.
Server Message Block (SMB)—
SMB is an Application layer protocol that enables Windows clients to access network resources such as files and printers.
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)—
A UDP-based client/server utility and protocol used for simple file transfer operations.