sshfs makes it convenient to mount a directory from a remote Linux computer on a local Linux computer. SSHFS-Win makes it easy to mount a directory from a remote Linux computer on your local Windows computer.
Install the latest stable installer of WinFSP from here.
Install the latest stable installer of SSHFS-Win from here.
Open File Explorer, right-click on This PC and choose Map network drive. Choose a drive to mount at and in the Folder field enter:
By default, Windows will use your Windows password or credentials for the remote computer. If the password or credentials are different on the remote computer then choose the Connect using different credentials option.
Bitvise SSH Client is probably the most feature-rich and reliable free SSH option for Windows. While the SSH client is not quite as flexible MobaXterm (I wish it could save color schemes), it's SFTP client is much better, almost on par with WinSCP, which I hardly use anymore. SSHFS-Win is a minimal port of SSHFS to Windows. Under the hood it uses Cygwin for the POSIX environment and WinFsp for the FUSE functionality. Once you have installed WinFsp and SSHFS-Win you can start an SSHFS session to a remote computer using the following syntax: sshfslocuser=email protected!portpath. Until version 0.7.4, Dokany focused to improve and fix Dokan 0.6.0 (by Hiroki Asakawa) without breaking compatibility. You can find the full change log here But in simple words: A lots of fixes, more stability and it is much more near of a real file system than ever. Install the client. Choose the client that matches the version of Windows. The new Remote Desktop client (MSRDC) supports Windows 10, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, and Windows 7 client devices. You can access Windows Virtual Desktop resources on devices with Windows 10, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, and Windows 7 using the Windows Desktop client. The client doesn't support Window 8 or Windows 8.1.
Windows will ask for your password at the remote computer. After that the home directory from your remote computer will be mounted at the Windows drive you chose. I found that I had full read-write access to the files mounted from remote.
Tried with: SSHFS-Win 2.7.17334 and WinFSP 1.2.17346