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Hi. using Tectia 6.0. Trying to access shared/network mapped drive via SSH and not able to see it or access it. Only local drives are accessible (C ,D ). any ideas, how to get to the n/w mapped drives?


asked Nov 08 '13 at 02:06

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I am also facing the same issue,Can anyone help



answered Aug 04 '15 at 10:39

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In 6.0, we don't support access to an NAS (network-attached storage) or network mapped driver. The support was added later, possibly in 6.3.x but I am not so sure. However, it is safe to use this feature if you upgrade to the latest version of 6.4.10 Tectia server.

In the latest version, you can use password authentication to access a network mapped drive. Please read the instruction from Tectia Server manual page at link text

If you use public key authentication instead of password with a domain account to access the network mapped driver, you need to use the password cache feature in 6.4. Please refer to the manual page at link text

So basically, you need first to authenticate using password authentication to tectia server to save the password to the Tectia server. You then will be able to access to the network share using public key authentication.

Please let me know if this helps you solve your problem or you need any further assistance.


answered Aug 21 '15 at 11:38

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edited Aug 21 '15 at 13:01

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