I'm looking for a program that can mount SFTP folders on Windows, that:
- Is gratis and open-source
- Runs natively on Windows (10)
- Mounts to a drive, not to a folder
- Supports password-encrypted SSH2 (RSA) keys
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Haven't used windows in 16 years but I recall that Explorer (file manager) could handle protocols it knows about like FTP. if that is still the case, WinSCP will integrate with it/register as a protocol handler.
There is also sshfs, and a version for Windows is available. This will (according to docs) use a drive letter.
Winfsp http://www.secfs.net/winfsp/download/ and its associated sshfs driver is free and opensource.
One advantage was being able to saturate a 1 gigabit link at 80 megabytes per second.
It doesn't seem to support key based logins yet, but password based logins work perfectly.
Example mapping url:
https://github.com/Foreveryone-cz/win-sshfs Open Source
Windows 10 Support Puttyant (Pageant) support Support for Android hosts (tested with CyanogenMod 11 [Android 4.4], requires busybox to be installed) Spooldrive - remote hosts can by mounted as directories on same virtual drive archive flag of file in windows represents and controls permission for group: ON => group have same rights as owner OFF => same rights as others) Ability to use Proxy for connections Send Keepalive packets. (Not configurable, each 60sec hardcoded)