That does not work on the PC. How can I do likewise from my PC?
The Mac / Linux network redirector works very differently to the one in Windows.
Windows does not really 'mount' a network file system as Linux/OSX does. Windows connects (maps) a drive designator (letter) to a share point.
The options I have used in the past.
1. Establish the drive mapping before starting the RS application. Either manually in Explorer, or using a login script, or using an application startup script
2. Use the Windows Functionality Suite to connect natively to the share point within RS at runtime.
3. Use the RS Shell object to connect via the shell at runtime.
The shell command to connect the next available drive designator to the share point \\MyServer\MyApps would look like this.
net use * \\myserver\myapp /user:username password
I have no idea whether it still works with Vista and Win7 UAC.
You can test it by typing cmd in the run box and entering the line shown above, adjusting for your own environment as needed.