Some binary files (like 7z.exe) can't open via double clink on Windows system, always get "Windows can not access N:\7z.x64.exe", error code 0x900704b3
(However, some binary files(.exe) can be open through double click...)
Already read all related posts, I'm not to using the admin acount to run rclone, and already used --file-perms option while running.
Run the command 'rclone version' and share the full output of the command.
- os/version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro for Workstations 21H2 (64 bit)
- os/kernel: 10.0.19044.3086 (x86_64)
- os/type: windows
- os/arch: amd64
- go/version: go1.20.5
- go/linking: static
- go/tags: cmount
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
Model name: DS415play
Current DSM version: DSM 7.2.0
This is the latest version available based on your current DSM configurations.
The command you were trying to run (eg rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
rclone mount NAS: N: --vfs-cache-mode=writes --no-check-certificate --file-perms=0777 --cache-dir=d:\temp -vv
rclone mount NAS: N: --vfs-cache-mode=full --no-check-certificate --file-perms=0777 --cache-dir=d:\temp -vv
The rclone config contents with secrets removed.
type = webdav
host = https://nas.local:5006
vendor = other
user = user
pass = ...
It is not good practice to run executables from mounted NAS in general. Of course it is your system and you can do what you want. Store documents in "C:\Program Files" and programs on NAS. But doing such creative things you have to expect to deal with multiple problems all the time.
Sometimes life is easier when you stick to common conventions and standards - e.g. why to use rclone on Windows to mount webdav? When Windows can mount webdav on its own. You just add another extra element you have to configure and potentially misconfigure.