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    Andrew commented  · 

    I Agree, just being able to select a mapped network share in the mars client would make Azure backup usable in many scenarios, greatly increasing the amount of data we would send to Azure. almost all small company's have some kind of NAS device which must be part of a backup.

    I understand there are political reasons to block this since it is technically not very hard and it was present in previous versions.

    @Microsoft? we wanted to backup many TB's to Azure but couldn't since the data is mainly on NAS devices. Usage is the new currency, but usage requires the means to do so :-) Just imagine the amount off data which rests at local Online Backup providers which could move to azure if only the NAS could be part of the backup.....

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