This post explains how to configure CloudBerry Drive to mount your Microsoft Azure account as a network drive to your Windows computer. With CloudBerry Drive you can work with files in Microsoft Azure directly from the Windows Explorer interface, the same way as if they were on your local drive.
Mounting your Microsoft Azure account as a network drive to a computer is a two-step process: you first need to add Microsoft Azure account to CloudBerry Drive and after that just use CloudBerry Drive to mount this account to your computer.
- Sign Up for Microsoft Azure
- Adding Microsoft Azure Account to CloudBerry Drive
- Mounting Microsoft Azure Account as Network Drive to Your Computer
Sign Up for Microsoft Azure
Please, find a step-by-step instruction on how to sign up for Microsoft Azure cloud storage in the following blog: How to Get Started with Microsoft Azure
Adding Microsoft Azure Account to CloudBerry Drive
1. Navigate on the Drive icon in the system tray
and choose Options.
Note: To get your Microsoft Azure access keys, you can refer to our blog: How to Find Microsoft Azure Access Keys
4. You will see your Microsoft Azure account displayed in the list of accounts.
Mounting Microsoft Azure Account as Network Drive to Windows Computer
1. In the CloudBerry Drive Options, switch to Mapped Drives tab and click Add.
2. From the "Storage Account" drop-down menu, select the Microsoft Azure account you want to mount and specify the rest cloud drive settings. In the Path field, click Browse button to specify the full path to the Microsoft Azure storage bucket.
Using CloudBerry Drive, you can mount your Microsoft Azure account as a network drive to your Windows computer and use it just like any other hard drive. You can drag and drop files to it and they will be instantly saved in the cloud. The 15-days fully functional trial version of CloudBerry Drive is available absolutely for free. Just download our product and check if it meets your needs and requirements!