NFS can be used on Windows. But, I really did not mean to indicate that NFS should be a server on zeroshell, just that it should be possible to mount a filesystem via NFS. This is a small addition to ZS.
This way, one could backup and indeed update modules from a central repository, dump stats for offline processing (bandwidth usage, etc..).
I should have been clearer. I agree with others, as a high security network admin, I would never permit a firewall/router to be a file server of any form, Samba (CIFS), NFS or others. Hardening the system in any environment is difficult let alone in the 1G space we have for the non-volatile boot media.