Topic "network neighbourhood shares vs network drive"

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wwwalker
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Why not let local side of WinSCP browse for a network neighbourhood share rather than having to create a network drive to that share and then access local files on another machine via that?

Currently I have to create say a Z: drive to a network neighbourhood share to let me access files on another machine not using winscp to upload files to a remote machine.

The other machine I point Z: to is a Linux box running Samba, not Windows.
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