If you plan on using Azure File Share with Lasernet Developer and Service without using the Azure Active Directory, you can follow the example steps listed in this article. We have tested with the settings shown in the screenshots, but other methods may also work.
1. Open a Storage Account in Azure and mirror the settings displayed in the following image:
2. Create a new File Share using the settings displayed in the following image:
3. To make a connection from Windows, go to Connect on the File Share and copy the text in the grey script box.
4. Open PowerShell and paste it into a PowerShell command and press enter. The following is displayed:
The Azure File Share is mapped to your account in Windows permanently.
Map to Lasernet
To allow it to work with Lasernet, follow these steps:
1. Open Lasernet Developer and set your service to run as the same user.
2. Click the Setup tab on the Output Module and enter the full path (not the drive letter) into the Directory Path field.
Both File Input and File Output tested.