How To Map Shared Drive In Mac

Map a network drive to Mac OS X that re-mounts after system reboot. This method allows you to reboot your Mac and have the mapped network drive / network share automatically connect and remount, appearing on the desktop of OS X or in the Finder sidebar. In the Password box, type your password for the domain. The icon for the server will appear on your desktop. Double-click to open it. If you added this server to your Favorite Servers list in step 3, when you want to connect to the server again, the mapped drive should be available. In the Finder, on the Go menu, click Connect to Server.

  1. In Finder, click on Go and then on Connect to Server.
  2. In the Server Address box, type smb:// where 'username' is your engineering username.
  3. You will then be asked to authenticate to the network. Under the Name field enter EGRyourusername, similar to egrSparty. Enter your engineering password in the password field.

How To Map To A Shared Drive

Drive Specific Instructions

Home Directory

  • Home directory is personal space for each user
  • Server address: smb://
  • 'username' is your engineering username
Office Directory
  • Office is shared space setup for departmental groups
  • Server address: smb://
  • Specific department addresses:
    • ECE - smb://
    • CEE - smb://
    • ME - smb://
    • CMSE - smb://
    • DER - smb://
    • NCPP - smb://
    • Publications - csmbfs://
    • ChEMS/CMSC - smb://
    • EGR DEV - smb://
    • UGS - smb://
    • Recruitment - smb://
    • DPO - smb://

Research Directory

Map Shared Drive In Mac

  • Research is shared space setup for various research groups
  • Server address: smb://
Web Directory

Map Network Drive Mac Os

  • Web is shared space for various groups dedicated for web sites
  • Server address: smb://