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Connect to a Server in Mac OS

This page provides instructions for connecting to a server in the Mac OS.

 

Open Finder

Open Finder

 

 

 

Connect to Server

Connect to Server
  1. Click "Go" in the menu bar at the top-left corner of your screen to reveal a drop-down menu.
  2. From the drop-down menu, select "Connect to Server..."

(Alternatively, you can hit "command + k" on the keyboard.)

 

 

Server Name

Server Name
  1. In the Server Address box, type "smb://"
  2. Type the server name. (For example, "judah")
  3. After the server name, type ".oc.edu" at the end.  
  4. Enter "/" followed by the share name you need to access. (For example, "users" or "students")
  5. Enter "/" followed by the folder name you need to access. (For example, "firstname.lastname")

View the information below for more guidance on accessing shares.

 

Student Share Information

Server Name:             judah

Share Name:              students

Your Folder Name:    firstname.lastname

 

Faculty/Staff Share Information

Server Name:             judah.oc.edu

Share Name:              users

Your Folder Name:    firstname.lastname

  • To access a Faculty/Staff drive, enter "smb://judah.oc.edu/users/firstname.lastname/"

 

 

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    Dr. Jim Dvorak

    You say to append ".oc.edu" to the end of the server name (e.g., smb://judah.oc.edu), but then you write:

    For example, to access your student drive, enter:

    smb://judah/students/firstname.lastname/

    You do not append ".oc.edu" to the end of Judah. This causes a mild case of cognitive dissonance.  :)

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