|Jun 24, 2009, 08:19 AM||#1|
How to connect (map) hdd in mac OS & how to rename mapped network hdd
hello i run a mac pro and i am newbie. Also i have in my local network 2 pcs where i have activated hdd sharing.
From my mac i can view & join the hdd of the pcs. When i find the pcs of hdd and i click once on them, they appear on mac desktop. when the pcs restart they go away from mac desktop and i must find them again. Is there any way to map them and never go away unless i delete? Also, in pcs hdd when i activated to share them i put a name. Is there any chance in mac when i map them to rename them?
|Jul 4, 2009, 03:44 PM||#2|
It helps to save the UN/Pass otherwise it'll prompt you for it and not really make much sense to have setup in the first place!
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