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I installed Dokan sshfs so I can mount Linux computers as drives in Windows 7 64-bit. It seems to work, in the sense that I can view folders and copy files off of it. However, it doesn't seem like I can stream files, there are no thumbnails, and all the files have gray Xes:

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Are these Xes placed by Dokan or by Windows? What do they mean?

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Dokan SSHFS adds "offline file attribute" to those files in order to avoid unnecessary network access. You can control it on setting dialog when you mount a drive.

Dokan SSHFS Options dialog

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