Currently Being ModeratedMay 22, 2011 6:29 PM (in response to VincensoXFIN)
A work around.
On a client work station:
In finder, manually mount the share you would like to have show up. You may need to authenticate. This is fine. Do so with any users name on your system that has access to said share.
Open WGM. (still on the client work station) You'll likely need to install Server Tools temporarily.
Select the group or user you would like the MCX to apply to.
Click the items tab.
Click the plus button on the right side.
Select the mounted share.
Select the newly added line item. It'll probably look like this: afp://server.example.com_. With a kind: URL
Put a check box in the "Authenticate selected share point with Users login name and password."
That should do it.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 22, 2011 11:49 PM (in response to gracoat)
Thank you for your reply. I tried that and it did not work.
When I pressed command + K and connected to afp://myserver it showed the shares alright, but the shared folder that I wanted to mount was grayed out. Rest of the folders displayed normally. And when I went to finder and browsed into server that I logged in to, I was able to get in to the shared folder without problems. But it is pretty important that I could get it to show in desktop as well, or else our institutes teachers wont find it ..
This is really strange because I am pretty confident that the installation of the server and configuring it again went better than I expected. And the users can log in and out without problems, and actually can access the shares, but it just wont mount to desktop...
Currently Being ModeratedMay 23, 2011 8:21 AM (in response to VincensoXFIN)
If the share is greyed out, then you're already connected to it. ...so it worked....
If you don't see it on your desktop, then the client settings are to hide it as a desktop item.
Unhide it like so...
First of all, make sure that there are no Finder MCX prefs set for the user you're logged in as.
Go to the Finder menu at the top left hand corner of your screen and click "Finder"
Click a checkbox beside the "Connected servers" item.
Close the window.
That'll probably do it.
Alternatively you could just add the group folder into the dock....
Currently Being ModeratedMay 24, 2011 2:34 AM (in response to gracoat)
I love you man. I love you.
That was it, had to go to finder prefs and checkbox the connected servers. I have no idea why that was off, since last time I did a clean install (december) I didn't have to edit any Finder prefs. But i'm glad that this is now cleared. Thank you very much for your assistance! That was the only problem I'm having with the new system, so now its aaaaallll good again!