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Apr
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comment rsync / robocopy /MIR to azure
Thanks, understood. Problem is that I might not necessarily be in control of the firewalls where the remote windows machine is. (i.e. delivering a windows desktop client software to customers that needs to access Azure). So I guess WebDAV would be a workaround. Yes, it's not supported out of the box by Azure, but it's a standard protocol that could be enabled in IIS. So, using IIS and configuring the IIS documents root folder to be the Azure file share might work. At least that's my theory.
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comment rsync / robocopy /MIR to azure
How to mount the Azure File Share from a remote Windows machine? In Azure, when I click on the "connect" icon of my file share, it reads: "To connect to this file share, run this command from any Windows virtual machine on the same subscription and location" - but my Windows machine is not in the same location. When I run the net use, I am getting: System error 67: The network name cannot not be found." I wonder if there is a way to enable WebDAV in order to map the file share as a network drive.
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