Is it possible to mount external ext3 network drive from Windows through ssh/sftp ?
I would like to avoid samba/cifs.
Two things that aren’t Samba come to mind:
- NFS, via Client Services for NFS for Windows (see this HOWTO)
- ExpanDrive, formerly known as SFTPDrive
There’s also the brilliant “sort of VPN over SSH” solution sshuttle, if you have a Linux-ish gateway on the remote network.
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