You can’t have a 2nd agent on windows…
you can setup a batch file as a service that does a net use as localsystem we don’t support that… and i’ve seen a couple customers use that and it caused problems because the ‘mount’ would disappear periodically.
you could look at services for unix – that supposedly allows nfs mounts from windows, but we’ve never tested that.
I found a solution that may work and doesn't rely on net use...
mklink /D D:\fsroot \\path\to\nas\mount
The only issue with this is that the RSCD Agent of the agent would have to run as a domain account in order to get access to the NAS share. Is there a way to do this?
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It may work. not something we’ve tested, etc though. not sure how much different that is than the ‘net use’ – it’s still creating a reference that uses creds to access the share.