Hi there guys. I just got OS X running on a Mac Mini and am having some challenges around getting drives to map on the Mac from a Windows Home Server machine. The Windows Home Server (named "homeserver") shows up in the network pane on the Finder but I can't seem to actually "map" the individual shares/folders from the Windows box onto the OS X. When I go to finder and do a "connect to server" and then put in the SMB path to one of the folders on the Windows box I don't get a drive on the desktop, instead I just get a folder showing up in the finder that has the contents of the remote server. For example, if I connect to \homeserver\music (or use the IP address), what ends up showing up in finder is :music and I get no desktop drive icon. This is making it difficult for me to point OS X programs like iTunes or iPhoto to the drive shares, since they are really just showing up as folders. For example, I try to point my iTunes library destination to the /homeserver/music folder, but what ends up showing up in iTunes is that the library is pointed at :music and it just continues using the music folder on my local Mac drive as the source drive. Is there any way to force this behavior? What am I missing? Thanks.