Unable to mount FSX share in windows pods

Hi Team,
I am trying to bind an FSX share to a windows pods. I created a test app with windows image. i am using net use command(tried with New-Psdrive command as well) to connect to the share once the container is created. When I check the logs of the pods I am seeing “System error 53 has occurred.
The network path was not found.” error. However if i exec inside the container and run the same net use command, i am able to successfully map the drive.

What could be the issue? Or is this the right way to mount a FSX share to the pod? i have set persistent to be true to make sure that share is available if i exit out of the pod, however when i exec again the drive is gone and i need to run the command again to map it.

Here is DockerFile:

FROM mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/framework/sdk:4.8-windowsservercore-ltsc2019
WORKDIR /fortify
COPY . ./
ENTRYPOINT ["powershell",".\\test.ps1"]

Here is my test.ps1 content:

# This is a super **SIMPLE** example of how to create a very basic powershell webserver
# 2019-05-18 UPDATE — Created by me and and evalued by @jakobii and the comunity.

#Add the Ps Drive
#$secpasswd = ConvertTo-SecureString “password” -AsPlainText -Force
#$mycreds = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential (“dev.test.global\svc-FSX_dockerspt”, $secpasswd)
#New-PSDrive –Name “P” –PSProvider FileSystem –Root “\\amznfs.dev.test.global\share” –Persist -Credential $mycreds | out-null

$http = [System.Net.HttpListener]::new()
# Hostname and port to listen on
# Start the Http Server

Add-Type -AssemblyName System.Web
# Log ready message to terminal
if ($http.IsListening) {
    write-host "HTTP Server Ready!  " -f 'black' -b 'gre'
    write-host "$($http.Prefixes)" -f 'y'

(net use Z: \\amznfs.dev.test.global\share password /user:dev.test.global\svc-FSX_dockerspt /persistent:yes) | Out-Null

# Used to listen for requests
while ($http.IsListening) {
    # Get Request Url
    # When a request is made in a web browser the GetContext() method will return a request object
    # Our route examples below will use the request object properties to decide how to respond
    $context = $http.GetContext()

    if ($context.Request.HttpMethod -eq 'GET') {

        # We can log the request to the terminal
        write-host "$($context.Request.UserHostAddress)  =>  $($context.Request.Url)" -f 'mag'

        $URL = $context.Request.Url.LocalPath

        # Redirect root to index.html
        if($URL -eq "/") {
          $URL = "/index.html"

        $ContentStream = [System.IO.File]::OpenRead( "web/$URL" );
        $Context.Response.ContentType = [System.Web.MimeMapping]::GetMimeMapping("web/$URL")
        $ContentStream.CopyTo( $Context.Response.OutputStream );
    # powershell will continue looping and listen for new requests...