Now, that windows 10 is out I started wondering about something. Unix based systems have the possibility to mount remote filesystems using ssh. In a recent article I've read that Windows 10 Has finally gotten itself ssh support.
I was wondering if the mounting option is also included in this SSH integration and if any of you could tell me more about this and how to use this feature.
Update - April 5, 2016
The Windows 10 Bash update (Linux subsystem) is now in Beta. I am wondering if the situation has changed. Can we now mount remote filesystems from Windows 10?
Update - August 5, 2016
The Windows 10 anniversary update has been released. Has anyone got any info about this question?
Update - October 10, 2016
A few more months have passed. Lots of visitors have viewed this question but no answer has come up. I am happily using
win-sshfs but would really appreciate a windows native method to mount remote filesystems.
Update - November 14, 2017
The software has become a little more stable. More people have had a chance to experiment with it and a few Windows Updates have come and gone. Still, I haven't found a way to mount remote filesystems natively in Windows 10. Is there anyone that has?