1721 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 4, 2013 12:05 PM by walderston
Currently Being ModeratedApr 1, 2011 7:19 AM (in response to pandadnap)Using the Finder, mount the volume from the server.
Using the Finder, create a Mac OS X Alias of the mounted volume.
This will capture the account used to mount the volume.
If you want this volume mounted when you login, put the
alias in your System Preferences -> Accounts -> Startup Items
If you want to open it via an Automator workflow, then just have
Automator open the alias, and the alias will do the rest.MacBook/10.6.6, iMac/i7/10.6.6 w/Magic Trackpad, Mac mini/10.5.6, iPod Touch(4thGen)/32GB/4.2.1, iBook/G4, MacBook Pro/Core2Duo, iMac/Core2Duo
Currently Being ModeratedApr 1, 2011 9:17 AM (in response to BobHarris)Thanks for your suggestion.
However, is there anyway that OSX can connect to, let say, 2 different folder in a single network storage with 2 accounts?
for example, i am trying to connect "afp://NAS1/public" with "guest" while "afp://NAS1/private" with "pandadnap" account?Mac OS X (10.5.8)
Currently Being ModeratedJun 4, 2013 12:05 PM (in response to pandadnap)
I'm sure that you have got it working now, however the way for anyone else to achieve this for theabove file directory would be to connect to the following "afp://USERNAME:PASSWORD@NAS1/private"