Why I need to set same UID to write on the remote NFS share?

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    • Why I need to set same UID to write on the remote NFS share?

      Hi.
      I use qnap and synology nas from many years.

      Now I'm trying the beautiful openamediavault, and I really can't understand why I can't write on a shared folder with write permission, if the folder was set in read write mode.

      I'm making a remote sync of a folder from a remote server and mount the downloaded content from a proxmox vps for redundancy backup server and I can't write in the file system.

      How to solve this problem easy?
      I mount nfs with root user uid 0 , which is the user for nfs4 in the openmediavault?

      Thank you.

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