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In the context of MFT Server, a Network Storage (formerly known as a Reverse Proxy) consists of all the necessary properties for connecting to a remote service (e.g. FTP, SFTP, WebDAV) or storage solution (Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, SMB).  The power of network storage lies in it's ability to be mapped to a virtual path for a user or group.  This is useful in cases where you want to transparently provide users access to one or more remote services and/or storage solutions via a single account.


See also


Creating a network storage

Mapping a network storage to a virtual path


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