OS X :: Network Share Automount On Logon?

Aug 7, 2009

How do I make a network share from my iMac auto mount when I login to my Mac Mini?

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OS X :: How To Automount A Network Share In Finder

Mar 22, 2009

Currently I have to browse my network computer under "SHARED" and manually drag/drop the shared folder into Finder under "DEVICES".

Is there a way to do this automatically?

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MacBook :: Unable To Share Network Connection / Connected Via Ad-hoc Network?

Dec 31, 2010

I have Alltel Mobile Broadband. Up until the other day, it's been working fine. I'd set up a network on my macbook after connecting to the Alltel network, then I'd enable internet sharing. Then my iPod Touch, iPad, etc would all be able to go online.

The past couple days, however, the connection just won't share.Anyone have any idea what could be doing this and how to fix it?

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OS X :: How Do I Share Between Two Macs On The Same Wireless Network?

Mar 4, 2009

This is probably very basic but I don't know how to do it.I have an iMac (2007) running Leopard. I have an iBook (2004) running Tiger. They both share my home wireless network.

How can I best share documents between them? Eg how can I browse the hard drive of each machine from the other- ideally without entering passwords etc every time?

Additionally, the iMac is connected to the printer (because it is also a scanner); can the iBook share the printer too?

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OS X :: Can't Share Usb Drive In Apple Network

Jun 7, 2009

I have 3 computers at home: pc, IMac and Macbook air. The IMac has 2 external drives attached: one by FW800, formated as HFS+, and another by usb, formatted as NTFS. This was the usb drive attached to the pc, it contains all my media, and I used it as a server to access multimedia files on wireless lan. I now have it connected to the IMac, as the pc is now seldom used

Problem is, my Macbook air can't see this usb shared drive on IMac and I can't figure out why, either as guest or as registered user with admin permissions. The fw800 external disk is seen.

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Hardware :: Share Printer Through Network

May 24, 2010

I need some advice, I have a wireless printer that I would like to share using my home network but I�m not sure what would be the best way to do this, since I have never done anything like this before. What I have is a wireless printer(HP), a MacBook (wirelessly connected), a MacMini (wired connected), a PC laptop (wirelessly connected) and a linksys router. Is there a way to share this through my router or do I need to install the printer in one of the machines and then share the print? What would be my best alternative to share this printer?

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Software :: Mac Can't Access Any Share In Network?

Feb 1, 2010

My iMac (running Snowleopard) can't acces any share in my network. It consists of a NAS (DS209) and a mediatank (popcorn hour C-200). I have defined shares on the NAS and a share on the mediatank.

In Finder I see both the mediatank and the NAS. Both are connected according to Finder (resp. user=admin and user=nmt). However when I try to access a share on the NAS or the mediatank via Finder, I get an error-message:

"The operation can�t be completed because the original item for �XXXX� can�t be found."

Also I can't Time Machine get working using a specific share on the NAS. Time Machine recognizes the share, but when I select the share I get an error message OSerror 13.

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MacBook :: Network Old With New To Share Files?

Feb 18, 2012

how can i network my two laptops so i can transfer files from my old to my new compuer without connecting an external drive?

Info:
MacBook (13-inch), Mac OS X (10.7.3), networking with my old macbook

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Hardware :: Share Printer Through Ethernet Network?

May 17, 2009

This looked like the best place to post this. I have two computers in my home, a 20" iMac with Leopard and a Desktop Dell with XP. There is an usb printer connected to the Dell, but its upstairs. The computers are connected through an ethernet cable. I was wondering if there was a way to print archives from the iMac to the usb printer. What i have been doing is either sharing the files and inserting them to a shared folder on windows xp or sending them to myself via email. I find both processes extremely annoying and boring, and would rather instead just directly send a command to the printer.

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MacBook :: Unable To Share Connection Via Ad-Hoc Network?

Jun 20, 2010

I have Alltel Mobile Broadband. Up until the other day, it's been working fine. I'd set up a network on my macbook after connecting to the Alltel network, then I'd enable internet sharing. Then my iPod Touch, iPad, etc would all be able to go online. The past couple days, however, the connection just won't share.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Share Two Computers Together In A Private Network?

Mar 17, 2012

I am trying to share two computers together in a private network. 

I have an iMac running OS X Lion & a Macbook Pro running Snow Leopard. The iMac's name on the network is: Studio The Macbook Pro's name on the network is: djlaptop I turn on file sharing, assign a name and they connect through wi-fi. In the Macbook Pro's Finder (djlaptop) the devices list shows this:  

And on the Imac (Studio) it shows this: 

I can't seem to get the 'Macintosh HD' of the Macbook Pro to show up on the Imac's finder (running lion). The 'DJ' is the home folder. 

Does anyone have any more knowledge on how to get it to show up? I have checked my Finder Sidebar items and all of them are ticked. I want to mount the whole Macintosh HD and not just the home folder. 

Info:
Mac OS X (10.6.7)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Possible To Screen Share With Another User Not On Network?

Apr 17, 2012

I know you could screen share easily in iChat, but I have since updated to Messages Beta and it doesn't work.How can I screen share over the internet with a Mac that isn't on my network? I am having a lot of difficulty.I run 10.7.3

Info:
macbook pro, Mac OS X (10.6.4)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How To Map MS Windows Share Folder On Network

May 25, 2012

Any step by step instruction on how to map or connect to my MS Windows shared folder on the network?

Info:
MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How Best To Share Documents On Home Network

Jun 3, 2012

ANy suggestions for the best way to share Dcouments (Word, PDF and XL) on a home network with Macs. We have iCloud but do not want to put some of our docs on there for concern over security (any informed pushback on that welcome by the way). We also use an iPad and iPhone so if possible good to be able t acces through those platform while relising that Office docs will need to be converted with limitations.

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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MacBook Air :: Cannot Get Mac / PC To Recognize Each Other / Can't Share Files Across Network

Aug 30, 2014

Just purchased a MacBook Air 13" notebook. My first ever use of a Mac. I have an existing home Wi-Fi network that has always been PC-based.Now, I have joust purchased a "book"t6-cfs-lucia10 written in Chinese!

My desktop PC has Bluetooth. I cannot get the Mac & PC to recognize each other. I can't share files across the network [on the Mac]. I can't even figure out how to restart the notebook or create favorites in Safari. 

Info:
MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2014), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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Intel Mac :: Unable To Lock Network And Share Settings

Jun 21, 2012

I use only Wi fi network, when i have finished setup it up it will not lock, also the same with sharing.

iMac OS X Lion 10.7.3

Info:iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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ITunes :: Can't Share Books Through Home Network Sharing

Jul 4, 2012

why can't I share books through home network sharing? I can with music and movies.

Info:MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Software :: Kernel Panic Options When Copying To AFP Network Share?

Sep 5, 2008

One of our designers works locally from his hard drive then at the end of each day, copies over a folder of the files that he has worked on, over to a AFP share on the Windows 2003 fileserver.Also the problem only seems to be when copying TO the server and not when copying from it.When the kernel panic occurs, he restarts then strangely enough, he attempts the copy over again and it works fine.

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OS X Technologies :: Possible To Prevent OS From Dropping And Deleting A Network Share Shortcut

Feb 17, 2012

One thing that has always bugged me about Mac OS is that when a network share becomes unresponsive or unavailable the shortcut on the desktop disappears and you get a glaring messaging that the share has been disconnected.Is there any way to prevent a network share from being removed just because it becomes momentarily unavailable?As an example, on a Windows machine the network share shortcut remains, you simply cannot use it but it is there and ready to go the moment the share comes back online. Is there some way to make OS X behave in this manner? Or is there a way to extend the time out interval for a network share?

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Hardware :: Time Capsule Setup And Security (Network Share Option)

Nov 5, 2009

I'm sort of new to the Time Capsule and still trying to wrap my head around all the different services. Currently I've setup my Time Capsule via ethernet and have setup mobile me on it. I've been trying to setup 'back to my mac' with no luck, the time capsule never shows up in the mobile me account. I'm able to connect to the Time Capsule via AFP protocol, but I couldn't find any documentation detailing the level of security of this connection. So far all that I've found is that my documents are being sent as clear text, not even the slightest hope of SSL. I would hope that enforce SSL and deny clear text connection would be an option but I couldn't find it in the control panel.

My last question is regarding the Time Capsule network share option. Obviously the share works well, as it can be access by any computer, but how would one setup the Time Machine to back it up too? As of right now it seems that the general belief of having your network share on the device that backs up your mac, means that the network share itself is being backed up. This is obviously not true, unless it's setup. I may have been caught in the middle of apple commercial propaganda and therefore believe that the peripheral can do more than it physically can.

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Share Internet Connection With Windows Network?

May 14, 2012

How can I share my internet connection with my windows network

Info:
Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X :: How To Create Shortcut Icon On Desktop That Will Open To File Share On Network Server

Dec 10, 2008

how to create a "shortcut" icon on the desktop that points and will open to a file share on a network server (Windows AD Server)? I can browse to the server and get to the folder, but i need to create an icon to make it easier for a user...

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OS X :: Time Machine Backup On Network Drive / Automatically Connect To Windows Share?

Jun 15, 2010

I've found plenty of articles on how to get Time Machine to backup TO a network drive, however I have the opposite problem; I have a Windows machine on my network, with some shared folders, and I'd like to back-up their contents using Time Machine on my Mac since it has plenty of space, without having to copy their contents somewhere first if possible.

However, Time Machine only lets you choose what to exclude, it doesn't let you specify special sources to backup. I was thinking a symbolic link from /Volumes, but I've no idea where to point it to. A second relevant question as well would be; how do I get OS X to automatically connect to a Windows share when it's available? The Windows machine isn't always on when I start up my Mac, but I don't want to have to manually connect all the time

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Windows On Mac :: Any Way To Disable Automount Of BootCamp

Sep 2, 2009

Here is my problem. Whenever I start up in mac osx, the boot camp volume that has windows vista on it automounts. I always unmount it but then when i restart, the volume is right there again. I was wondering if there was any way to disable it from automounting because I know I can just change which os I want to start up in with the "option" button. If there is a process, could someone be really specific cause I'm still quite new to the mac.

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OS X :: Automount Depending On Wich Netowork

Mar 9, 2010

I bought my mbp 13" today. Connected to my PC's hdd via network-sharing and i was thinking how nice it would be if i could have my mac automount the shared folders from my PC when im connected to my home wifi and it doesnt do anything when im at school or elsewhere.

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Hardware :: New Time Capsule - Dual Network - ONLINE FILE SHARE And Guest Networking

Mar 3, 2009

1. Dual networking. You can run N on 5.0 ghz and at the same time run A/B/G whatever on 2.4 ghz for legacy devices such as the iPhone. No speed hit.

2. Easy to use guest mode which will open up one of the frequencies for use as a password less (optionally you can add a password) access to the net but locking off your computers, printer etc. on the other encrypted frequency. Great for having friends over and getting them on your network without having to open it up to attack or having to give out huge passwords for them to enter.

3. If you have MobileMe then the new Time Capsule FILE SHARES EVERYTHING OFF THE ENTIRE DRIVE TO THE NET!

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OS X :: Disable External Drive Automount On Login

Apr 21, 2009

Would like to disable my external drive from automounting every time a user logs in. Added an /etc/fstab, but still automounts on login. I would like this drive to mount only when I choose to mount it.

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OS X :: Disable Automount For Specific External Drive

Feb 21, 2010

I have an external drive that is permanently hooked-up to my iMac via Firewire. I use this drive only to perform a bootable disk image of my hard drive at regular intervals using the CCC scheduler. The backups are performed only once a week. I would like that this backup drive not be mounted when I or anyone else logs in to the computer. It annoys me to hear the drive turning and vibrating until it spins down and seeing it's icon on the desktop. Is there any way to prevent automount of this particular drive? I know I can dismount it manually using Diskutil, but I want everything to be automated. Any clue as to whether CCC will mount it when needed if it is unmounted?

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Software :: External USB Drive Doesn't Automount On Reboot?

Jan 30, 2009

I have a drive connected via USB 2.0 It's newly formatted with 2 partitions. Running 10.5.6 on a macbook.

The drive seems to work fine, the problem is whenever I reboot the two drives don't mount in finder.

When I look in disk utility. I can see the drive listed but the partitions are not.

I have to manually unplug and re insert the drive for it to function correctly.

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MacBook Pro :: Stopping Optibay Automount - Modifying Fstab File

Nov 29, 2010

How do you stop the optibay from automounting? I already tried modifying the fstab file and its not doing anything unless im messing up the drive name.

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