Hi @Damon Strong ,
Did you get any additional information on this? I have been trying to do the same thing. I can mount the drive from Windows explorer using SMB, but not AAD.
I am trying to setup an environment to where I can have people throughout the country connect to Azure VPN and access a File Share under the Storage Account service. I have the Storage Account setup with a Service Endpoint. I have a VNet setup that connects to that Service EndPoint. I have a P2S VPN Gateway setup on the VNet.
I can connect to the VPN but cannot map a drive to the File Share using things like net use in Windows. Which makes sense as it is trying to resolve the Storage Account URL Storageaccountname.file.core.windows.net using my ISP which is trying to get the public IP address of the storage account. I need the internal IP address but there is no Azure DNS server on the VPN connection so I found another article and how to get an internal IP address to mount a drive. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/files/storage-files-configure-p2s-vpn-windows. At the end of the article it has a section called Mount Azure file share where it has powershell script to mount a drive but this is for S2S VPN, not P2S. It tries to get the IP of the PrivateEndpoint, which I do not have in my scenario as that is for a site service. I tried to see if I could get the Nic of the ServiceEndpoint but that seems to fail.
I am out of ideas at this point and could sure use some help.