An application I use, Mozy Backup, adds its own "drive" to Windows Explorer that I can browse and view all the files I've backed up. Windows knows it's not a physical drive - it's shows up under "Other" if my drive list is divided by type.
How is a "drive" like this registered with explorer? I'd like to do this with a current .NET application I'm developing, but I can't find any explanation about how it's done. Also, I can't seem to find any documentation about making my application "browsable", meaning that it presents a similar interface that a user can browse folders and files.
Here is a screenshot of what I'm talking about:
Example of Mozy drive