Mount network drives and get “permanent” access

At toolstar®testLX and toolstar®shredderLX network drives can also be mounted to use them like local folders. The principle is similar to adding network shares within Windows Explorer. The advantage of this procedure is that you can have the drives mounted automatically via the file at startup and then you can find them in the file browser of toolstar®testLX and toolstar®shredderLX as “normal” folders for saving. Ultimately, Linux takes care of synchronizing the folder with the network share. This command is used to mount network drives:

mount //Server IP/Share /LocalFolder -o user=username,pass=password

However, you must create the “LocalFolder” folder beforehand. The easiest way is to enter the information once in the file (can be found in the testlx directory). The commands specified in the file are executed every time you start toolstar®testLX or toolstar®shredderLX executes automatically. Simply enter the following into the file:

mkdir /MyShareName
mount //Server IP/Share /MyShareName -o user=Username,pass=Password

After starting toolstar®testLX or toolstar®shredderLX you can access this folder using the “Browse” button in the program and save it there , as if it were a local folder.

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