ok…was logging the issue on github when I think I figured out the problem, thought I don’t totally understand it…
I was doing all this in a command prompt with admin rights (can’t remember why). For some reason this seems to prevent me from referencing the shared letter at all. I was trying to include a dir of the share to show that it existed but the command prompt didn’t like that either. Anyway, long story short, when I switched to a standard command prompt without admin rights I can dir the drive letter and was able to do a successful rclone lsf z:
Let me know if you’d like me to continue logging the issue, though it doesn’t appear to be a problem with rclone at all. Thanks again for your help.
Note that drives created as Administrator are not visible by other accounts (including the account that was elevated as Administrator). So if you start a Windows drive from an Administrative Command Prompt and then try to access the same drive from Explorer (which does not run as Administrator), you will not be able to see the new drive.
No need to make an issue, and glad it is solved for you Sorry I didn’t figure out the problem.