Hi all, Before I've upgraded from Leopard to Snow Leopard. I used an applescript to mount a network volume on startup: Code: delay 4 tell application "Finder" if not (exists POSIX file "/Volumes/Resources") then mount volume "afp://***.***.***.***/Resources" as user name "stijn" end if end tell This script worked fine under Leopard. But since Snow Leopard, the volume is mounted but it's greyed out in Finder. So I cannot access the volume through Finder > Devices > "Resources", and I can't unmount it either. I know you can also add a network drive in the login items, but that doesn't work at all because at the time the system wants to mount the drive, the network connection is not yet ready (that's why there is a delay in the applescript). Any ideas to stop the volume from "greying" out?