i am having a situation where a windows machine, its logged-in useraccount, does not always directly has access to a folder (network drive on the LAN accessible on that machine, but with manual credentials for that network share).
can i still fire up the syncthing.exe process (or also via syncthing tray etc) and initially configure a directory and everything just fine (with this network share enabled/connected/established) and the following times from there on, only when the proper user using that machine unlocking (entering their credentials for that samba share to make it connect/establish the drive letter (not red x any more as symbol).
would syncthing then recognize that the share folder has (magically) appeared and would be accessible by then and then be able to work with that folder?
( the second remote (windows as well) machine that would be in sync with this first machine would not have this situation and there it would be a simple really local folder on disk always available and accessible to the running syncthing.exe process over there )
thanks for basic info on this matter.