Topic "mounting as network share through sftp"

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linux has something, through lufs, called sshfs. it basically uses sftp to mount a share as a network one. this would be a great thing to implement, then any application could access the share. you could either mount it as another drive, like drive i: being remotehost/sharefolder

or just as a regular shared folder.
Josh

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This is exactly what I would like to do - mount an SCP/SFTP link as a network share in Windows XP Pro. Any thoughts on how to do this? Is it possible?

-Josh
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