CrushDrive is an enterprise only feature.  If your license on the server is not an Enterprise license, CrushDrive will not function.  It requires Win7 and above, or macOS 10.12+. (Linux and Unix can utilize it in command line daemon mode if they have FUSE installed.)

[CrushDrive comparison|CrushSync Comparison] with some other similar products.\\

It lets you connect to the CrushFTP server as a normal network drive on your machine. You can copy files to and from it, and with some apps, edit and work on files directly on it, etc.\\

Identical features on macOS or Windows.\\

On macOS you need to have macFUSE installed first for the CrushDrive to work:\\\\

On Windows you need to have WinFSP installed first for the CrushDrive to work:\\\\

Then the user can fill in the connection information to connect the drive.  Screenshots for macOS and Windows.\\

After its connected you have the drive on your desktop for macOS, or as a drive letter in Windows.\\

Command line mount a drive:
java -jar CrushTunnel.jar mount J:
Launch it with a default URL for first time launch:
java -jar CrushTunnel.jar drive
If you have previously gotten the prefs.XML configured from GUI mode launch, then you can start it with daemon mode:
java -jar CrushTunnel.jar drive -d

You can also use the included CrushDriveWeb.exe:[attachments|CrushDriveWeb.exe] or CrushDrive.exe:[attachments|CrushDrive.exe] for launching CrushDrive on Windows.\\
You need to have an OpenJDK11+ folder named "Java" in the same folder as the EXE for it to launch.  If you don't have that, you cna grab a copy here: []