Create and launch your Amazon FSx for Windows File Server file system
After learning about Amazon FSx for Windows File Server, it's easy to sign up for AWS and to get started moving your Windows-based file storage workloads to AWS. Here are the simple steps to get started.
Sign up for a free AWS account
If you don't have an AWS account, set one up for free.
Go to the Console
The FSx for Windows File Server console is where you create, launch, and manage your file systems. In minutes, you can create a native Windows file system integrated with your Active Directory.
Configure your file shares
Setup as many Windows file shares as needed on your file system, and establish user permissions.
Connect to your file shares
Access your file shares from your application servers and end-user compute instances.
Run your applications
Use Amazon FSx file systems to share file data across application servers and end-users.
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