I’m attempting to share a Cryptomator instance, hoping it will solve a problem with Microsoft Edge.
I create a Network device using Webdav mode that shows in Windows explorer. But I can’t share that entity. I think, but do not know, that Windows doesn’t like the “@” symbol in the name.
Any attempt to connect or map the Cryptomator network gives a “Windows cannot access \cryptomator-vaul@42427” error message.
Attempting to map the drive as a remote desktop gives a “invalid name” error. That’s why I’m thinking that Windows might not like the “@” symbol.
With Dokany enabled, I can use the “Give access to” right-click menu. But every attempt to share the vault ends with a message:
“An error occurred while trying to share CRYPTO. The device or directory does not exist.”
A very frustrating message, since the CRYPTO vault does indeed exist.
Attempting to share a folder inside of the vault gives a “You don’t have permission to share or stop sharing this folder.”
Cryptomator 1.4.11 64, Win 10