How we can mount Azure files storage account using RegistryFileSystemProvider or DriveFileSystemprovider

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asked Oct 15 by developer1015 (120 points)

How we can mount Azure files storage account using RegistryFileSystemProvider or DriveFileSystemprovider

Applies to: File Server

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answered Oct 15 by renestein (3,990 points)
edited Oct 15 by renestein

Hi,
developer1015 and welcome to the Rebex forum.

RegistryFileSystemProvider and DriveFileSystemProvider are samples that demonstrate how to write a custom file system provider.

As the sample name suggests:
1) RegistryFileSystemProvider provides access to the Windows registry.
2) DriveFileSystemProvider demonstrates how to write a simple VFS provider that uses .NET System.IO and helps developers quickly create a mental association between well-known System.IO behavior and expected VFS provider methods behavior.

If you need an Azure file storage provider, you should develop your own provider.

Your read-only provider will inherit from, well, the ReadOnlyFileSystemProvider.

https://api.rebex.net/##RebexTotalPack.chm/Html/T_Rebex_IO_FileSystem_ReadOnlyFileSystemProvider.htm

Your Read/Write provider will inherit from the ReadWriteFileSystemProvider.
https://api.rebex.net/##RebexTotalPack.chm/Html/T_Rebex_IO_FileSystem_ReadWriteFileSystemProvider.htm

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