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Automatically connect to Servers/Network_Folders upon login (Mac)

The instructions will help you connect to Servers or Network folders automatically when you login to your Mac.

Connect to the Servers/Network Folders

You can find the instructions to do that here. Once you are connected to the network drive we can set up automatic connections upon logging into the Mac.

Open System Preferences and click on “Users & Groups”

Open System Preferences and click on “Users & Groups”

Open System Preferences

Open Users & Groups

Select your user name from the list and then click the “Login Items” tab

 Select your user name from the list and then click the “Login Items” tab
  1. Click on your user profile
  2. Click on "Login Items"

Add a mounted network drive into the login items list

 Add a mounted network drive into the login items list

1- Click on the " + " button

Navigate the Finder window to the folder you would like to add. After selecting the folder, the "Add" button should become clickable and then you should be able to add that folder to the list.

Optional: you can check the hide option next to the added Server/Network Folder.

Optional: you can check the hide option next to the added Server/Network Folder.

This option will stop the Servers/Network Folders from opening every time you login to your Mac.

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