Difference between revisions of "Mac OS X: Connecting to your network share"

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#In Finder: '''Go''' -> '''Connect to Server''', or use the key combination '''cmd + k'''.<br/>[[File:ConnectToServer.png|400px]]<br/><br/><br/>
 
#In Finder: '''Go''' -> '''Connect to Server''', or use the key combination '''cmd + k'''.<br/>[[File:ConnectToServer.png|400px]]<br/><br/><br/>
 
#Type in '''smb://uib;username@''' and then the servername and foldername. It should be on the form '''servername.uib.no/folder'''. Click '''Connect'''. ''NB! There should be no spaces.''<br/>[[File:ServerFellesEng.png|400px]]<br/><br/><br/>
 
#Type in '''smb://uib;username@''' and then the servername and foldername. It should be on the form '''servername.uib.no/folder'''. Click '''Connect'''. ''NB! There should be no spaces.''<br/>[[File:ServerFellesEng.png|400px]]<br/><br/><br/>
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#Make sure the domain (uib for employees) and username is entered, '''type in your password''' and click '''Connect'''.<br/>[[File:UsernamePassEng.png|400px]]<br/><br/><br/>

Revision as of 17:53, 22 August 2014

Employees

  1. In Finder: Go -> Connect to Server, or use the key combination cmd + k.
    ConnectToServer.png


  2. Type in smb://uib;username@ and then the servername and foldername. It should be on the form servername.uib.no/folder. Click Connect. NB! There should be no spaces.
    ServerFellesEng.png


  3. Make sure the domain (uib for employees) and username is entered, type in your password and click Connect.
    UsernamePassEng.png