The names of shared drives are currently not converted to the correct character set, resulting in garbage at the Windows end. It also makes the share unusable (probably because rdesktop converts the bad name when the requests come back).
We should see if we can get non-ASCII shares properly supported, or at the very least make sure they work even if the name is distorted.
This commit has been vendor dropped into ThinLinc already. From what I can remember, non-ASCII share names are not supported, even though the RDP protocol documentation say that they are.
What more can we do here?
It doesn't seem like we can work around this limitation, so CANTFIX in that regard. But we can do a final check that drive names are properly converted to ASCII and work in the RDP session.
Tested with mounted directories named åäö and ËßƕД. Both mounting and reading and writing works in those mounted directories (with "garbled" names) from Windows 2008R2 and Windows 2016.
So at least it is functional.