I'm trying to mount ISPConfig jailkitted shell users directory on Windows 10 version 2004 with sshfs-win. It works so far as it does mount the uses home directory on the File Manager, but I can see no way to access the website files. Looks like Windows File Manager considers the home directory is the root of file system, and refuses to go below that. I set up the Windows 10 computer using instructions here: https://github.com/billziss-gh/sshfs-win Instructions work and the connection is established, but I can only access files in the shell users home directory. What I have tried so far: added \web after the windows web resource address, windows says it can not use this added /web like previous, this is syntax error created symlink in home directory for /web, windows File Manager refuses to follow that symlink tried hard link to /web, hard link to directory is not allowed Base dir for shell user is /var/www/clients/client1/web2. But Windows mounts .../web2/home/username as the root directory. I have successfully ssh mounted with same user same website files on Linux, using Debian 10, Ubuntu 18.04 and Ubuntu.20.04. No problems there. Any idea how to use sshfs from Windows 10 with a jailkitted shell user on an ISPConfig host?