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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: HFS Network Storage Integration
« on: May 31, 2018, 01:56:42 AM »
C$ is windows secret hidden read-only share. And is not wol capabley.

 If you are network sharing and want will you will have to enable file sharing on the PC first then use 3com or other tools to enable a wol

Hfs can add a network share, and you can setup wol network sharing...

Have to find the post on someone doing this. There were issues with read/wrote with network shared drive...

If I wasn't clear, I don't care about WOL right now, though I will look into what you said as I don't know anything about 3com or such.

If anyone could be so kind as to link me to a video, yours or anyone else's, of mounting a network drive as a folder in HFS I would be eternally grateful. Even just a short clip of the running through the add folder dialogue in HFS would be enough.

I also apologize as I am currently migrating my server's OS to a new raid array which limits my testing abilities and will take a day or two to complete as I have encountered complications with the process. I will endeavor to provide any necessary information requested of me.

Thank you for your time.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: HFS Network Storage Integration
« on: May 30, 2018, 10:52:07 AM »
welcome :)
WOL is not supposed to be handled by HFS.
i didn't understand what your problem actually is, the sentence is a bit confusing. You say C$ shows. Does it fully work?
I just tried with both C$ and "simple folders" mapped through SMB (e.g. \\server\simple-folder ) and worked fine.
Be sure you have right permissions and access works accessing those addresses through Windows Explorer.

I understand that and am sorry if I didn't make it clear that I wasn't expecting it to have ANY WOL integration. It was mostly just useless for me to mention it.

it's much easier,   go to "network favorites",  use "connect a network drive" ,

and assign the remote share as a local letter that is added to the VFS

No offence intended, as it's already been mentioned that may phrasing is poor so you may have missed my original point. I said that what you suggest has been tested and does not work. I also feel that I should mention that this is running on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / HFS Network Storage Integration
« on: May 30, 2018, 12:27:28 AM »
I have two machines, one is running HFS 24/7. The other one isn't on 24/7 but has more storage and all the files that I want, I just need to use WOL (Haven't looked into HFS - WOL integration yet, not the problem). However, I cannot add network locations as folders to the HFS server. HFS just shows a $c and other $letters corresponding to my physical drives in the second machine and mapped network drives don't show up. I have seen others with this problem, but none of them had a solution with confirmed success and the suggestions were just things that I already tried. I welcome anyone with a solution or even just a constructive suggestion.

Thank you for your time.

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