A Windows-10 64-bit PC was outfitted with:
A remote linux directory (
mydirectory) is to be mounted to S:. The syntax is documented here
"Baby steps" indicating preliminary success (non-Admin CLI):
net use S: \\sshfs\firstname.lastname@example.org\..\..
however this does not mount
Other user's attempts to mount target directory have failed. Attempt from the Admin command-line failed:
net use S: \\sshfs\email@example.com\\mnt\MOUNTPOINT\mydirectory
System Error 67 has occured.
The network name can not be found
net use S: \\sshfs\firstname.lastname@example.org\mnt\MOUNTPOINT\mydirectory net use S: \\sshfs\email@example.com:\mnt\MOUNTPOINT\mydirectory
for some reason, the syntax is such that I am required to type the username and password despite inputting the username: user@hostname
- What is the correct syntax to mount
mydirectoryto the S: drive?
- What diagnostics can be performed to determine corrective action?