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mounting or mapping the remote NAS/Cloud newtwork drive as a seamless local static hard drive in mountainduck #10716

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cyberduck opened this issue May 30, 2019 · 1 comment
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cyberduck commented May 30, 2019

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I would like to see the possibility of connecting/mounting/mapping the NAS or remote drives as a local (static harddrive) hard disk so
the picky software such as AcronisTrueImage2019 should not find out the mapped drive as a network drive otherwise it will ask for non
existing credentials which hinders the user to use the mapped mountainduck drive as a Target Harddisk for the purpose of disk image backup.

In addition there are many software out there that are very picky on the type of the mapped (such as B:,E:,...) drive in windows and they do not work on those drive if they find out those drive are network mapped drive.

The feature that I would like to see is the mapped drive in the mountain duck should act as a local harddisk drive

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cyberduck commented Jun 4, 2019

@dkocher commented

Please write to [support@mountainduck.io]. Currently we do not support mounting as a local disk but are looking into adding this option in a future version.

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