Hi, Apologies if this has been raised before but I searched and couldn't find a suitable answer. A little background: We have recently switched to Macs at my office and are enjoying every minute of it Due to necessity, we still have a Windows Box sitting in the corner which acts as a Webserver hosting a number of projects from a shared directory: C:\Shared\Projects\ Now, the Macs in the office have no problem connecting to this and list it as a mounted volume called "Projects". We now have a Mac Mini which is also a webserver with its shared directory being home/shared/projects. When any of the other Macs connect to this server, it also lists the mounted volume as "projects". Now, the problem is that we use Dreamweaver on the Macs to edit the pages on the 2 webservers directly. However, as there are now 2 volumes called "Projects", dreamweaver shows an error that it cannot find the directory. (If we unmount one of the volumes, it accepts volumes/projects/project 1 etc etc) So, my question is, are we doing something completely wrong (other than having the directors named the same on the different servers) or is there a way to assign a custom volume name? (when you click on "Get Info" the volume name is greyed out) Thanks in advance for any help/advice.