If a file system is mounted to an ECS running Linux and an ECS running Windows, on the ECS running Windows, data cannot be written to the files created on the ECS running Linux.
A shared NFS file system belongs to the root user and cannot be modified. The write permission is granted to a user only when both the UID and GID of the user are 0. You can check your UID using Windows commands. If the UID is, for example, -2, you do not have the write permission.
To address this problem, you need to modify the registry and change both the UID and GID of the Windows user accessing NFS to 0.