Not that I'm aware of.
There is a traceflag that, if enabled will allow SQL to store files on the network, but it is strongly not recommended. Files on the network mean that a single network glitch could cause data corruptions, unavailable databases, crashes and the like. It is NOT a good idea, not recommended, not supported and should not be considered.
Data files should be stored on local attached storage or SANs. Or look into iSCSI storage.
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