differentiate Mapping a network drive and mount using SFU

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Could anyone differentiate between mapping a network drive(using GUI) and creating a mount point for a shared network resource using the mount command that is available after installing SFU 3.5.Would there be any difference in performance?

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I doubt you'll see much of a difference in performance but it's interesting enough to try it both ways.

Side note: For those who don't already know, the mount command has been around in Unix and Linux long before MS started to use it in SFU. MS did not invent it.

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