Mapping Drives (Mac)

Click on the Go menu and select “Connect to Server,” (or press Command+K).

Mapping a Network Drive

Mapping a Network Drive

The “Connect to Server” window will open. Type the location (example: smb://winfscommon/common) in the “Server Address” area. Click “Connect.”

Note: You can add regularly visited file share locations as a favorite by clicking the “add” (+) button to the right of the “Server Address” area. The location will then save under “Favorite Servers.”

Mapping a Network Drive

You will see the “Connecting to Server” window open.

Connecting

Once you’re connected, your Network Drive will be found in the “Finder” window under “Shared.”

Finder Window

To have your Network Drive connect automatically connect when you login, go to “System Preferences.” (Note: You must have already mapped to your Network Drive before doing this.)

Mapping a Network Drive

Click on “Users & Groups” under “System.”

Users and Groups

In the “Users & Groups” window, click on “Login Items” right above “Change Password.”

Mapping a Network Drive

Click on the “add” (+) button.

Mapping a Network Drive

Select your drives from the list and click “add.”

Mapping a Network Drive

They will now appear in the automatic login list.

Mapping a Network Drive