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

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#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/>
 
#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/>
 
#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/>
#Your home folder will be listed as a network drive in Finder.<br/>[[File:Home.png|400px]]<br/><br/><br/>
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#Your network share will be listed as a network drive in Finder.<br/>[[File:Home.png|400px]]<br/><br/><br/>

Revision as of 17:56, 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


  4. Your network share will be listed as a network drive in Finder.
    Home.png