According to the rclone mount document:
“It is also possible to start a drive from the SYSTEM account (using the WinFsp.Launcher infrastructure) which creates drives accessible for everyone on the system.”
I tried to edit the registry for WinFsp.Launcher to include rclone but it didn’t work. Anyone with experience or instruction about how to make Windows 10 system launch rclone mount as a service?
(I need this because some old apps need to run as Administrator on Windows 10, while some others such as Windows Explorer are more troublesome to run as Administrator on Windows 10, while not impossible. For example, I used autohotkey to launch Windows Explorer as Administrator on Windows for the Win E key, but it’s not reliable. Anyway the rclone mounted drive needs to be accessible by both normal user and Adm account, hence the question.)