|Sep 4, 2013, 07:53 AM||#1|
Macbook air drops Mounted network drives after about a day
I have 3 drives from my server mapped/mounted and they work fine. After a day or so (i dont reboot that often) they will disappear from the desktop. I can go to finder go under shared and relogin to the drives and they will reappear on my desktop at that point. Is there a way to get these drives to stay mounted?
|Sep 5, 2013, 08:13 AM||#2|
Then 'Users and Groups'
Then 'Login Items' tab for your username.
There click the ' + ' button
Select the drive(s) you want it to access when you boot.
Should help you with the problem.
MacBook Pro 13" i7 2011 8GB Ram 500 GB HDD
iPhone 5 64 GB
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