Mounts a shared folder onto a host system.



Set-EmcCifsSharedFolderMountPoint -HostSystem <IHostSystem> -DriveLetter <String> -SharedFolder <CifsSharedFolder> -Credential <PSCredential> [-Silent] [<CommonParameters>]



-HostSystem <IHostSystem>

Attributes: Required, Position: named

Specifies the ESI host system object. You can use the EmcHostSystemCredential and Connect-EmcSystem cmdlets to add a host system object to ESI. You can use the Get-EmcHostSystem cmdlet to get a host system object. The host system can either a stand-alone host system, a virtual machine, or a hypervisor.


-DriveLetter <String>

Attributes: Required, Position: named

Specifies the drive letter.


-SharedFolder <CifsSharedFolder>

Attributes: Required, Position: named

Specifies the ESI shared folder object, which you can get from the ESI host system object or by using the Get-EmcSharedFolder cmdlet.


-Credential <PSCredential>

Attributes: Optional, Position: named

The credential object used to connect to the host. A credential object can be created using the Get-Credential cmdlet.

Note: When mounting a shared folder on the local host, the credentials should not be specified. However, when mounting a shared folder on a remote host, the credentials are required.


-Silent <SwitchParameter>

Attributes: Optional, Position: named

Turns off all the informational and verbose messages. However, it still displays errors.



This cmdlet supports these common parameters: Verbose, Debug, ErrorAction, ErrorVariable, WarningAction, WarningVariable, OutBuffer, and OutVariable. Type get-help about_commonparameters for more details.



--------------  Example 1 --------------

C:\PS>$h = Get-EmcHostSystem -ID *.136*

C:\PS>$s = Get-EmcStorageSystem

C:\PS>$c = Get-Credential


C:\PS>$p = Get-EmcStoragePool -StorageSystem $s[0] -PoolType File -ID *FileSystem1*

C:\PS>$f = Get-EmcSharedFolder -Pool $p -ID *PS*


C:\PS>Set-EmcCifsSharedFolderMountPoint -HostSystem $h -DriveLetter T -SharedFolder $f -Credential $c

This example mounts the specified shared folder to the specified host.