At my university, I want to be able to set up a file-server in my room. The only allowed ports/protocols are SSH and RDP. All others are blocked.
I can set up the server just fine, and connect to it with Linux, but can't find a satisfactory way to do it under Windows.
Under Ubuntu I use sshfs to mount a file system through ssh. I want to do the same under Windows. I could use something like Filezilla and do a SFTP connection (which does work). But I was hoping to get something that integrates into the shell.
I found something called Dokan, which is like FUSE for Linux and has a sshfs module. The sshfs part wouldn't install, claiming that the Dokan library was not installed (it was). This was done on a test VM of Windows7.
Any ideas? Preferably solutions would run on Windows 7, with Vista and XP being a bonus.