So I'm continuing to attempt to set up a Network Drive that will write to a Linux box in the sky.
I made the NTLM change suggested by this question, but I still can't understand a few things to do with the original question.
1) The first is, __what does using
\\127.0.0.1\ as the network folder mean? If I set up the port 139 forward to tunnel to port 22 on an SSH connection, that means the network drive should "point to the SSH connection", is that right?
2) So assuming that PuTTY maintains the SSH connection, and the Windows Network Drive is mapped to that SSH connection, what can the network drive do with that connection? Are file reads and writes going to be automatically converted to
wget or something?