I've looked high and low for the answer to this with no luck. I've mapped a lot of my windows network shares at work on my MacPro running leopard without problems. However, I'm extremely stuck trying to connect to the last one which is located on a special DMZ (demilitarized zone) server. On my windows machine I simply use the \\ip method and I'm prompted for login credentials. It's important to note that the login credentials for this DMZ network share are different than my usual work domain login (the Mac uses that same login with no issues). What I've tried to do so far is of course the smb:// protocol with the cmd-k window. However, I'm never prompted for login credentials and the credentials for all other shares that I've mapped to (and applied to my keychain) aren't correct for this one anyways. This is what I have tried all resulting in a message stating that I cant connect and a follow up message stating my username or password may be incorrect: smb://domain;ip/share smb://domain;username(colon)password@ip/share smb://username@ip/share smb://username(colon)password@ip/share smb://ip/share smb://ip/share -u user smb://ip/share user Any ideas?