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sshfs equivalent for windows?

There is a remote filesystem I can reach through ssh. On Linux, there are several ways of dealing with it. I like sshfs, because with it I can work with the remote files the same way as with my local files.

Is there any similar to Windows, that can map a network drive through ssh? The best I can use is WinSCP, which is good, but not good enough.

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marked as duplicate by quack quixote Jul 2 '10 at 2:46

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sshfs is a Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE). apparently there are some theoretical Windows equivalents to FUSE, but i don't know of any actual implementations. – quack quixote May 6 '10 at 15:15
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For SSH there is Dokan SSHFS.

You could also use WebDAV (which is supported natively by Windows), but it isn't that easy to configure.

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Dokan SSHFS doesn't work for me. I installed the Dokan library, but the Dokan SSHFS installer still says that it is not installed, even after rebooting my computer. Should it run on Windows Vista. – petersohn May 7 '10 at 7:22
I succesfully solved the problem. – petersohn May 7 '10 at 9:34

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