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Connecting to the P, S, or X Drives from a Mac
Posted by Brad Christ, Last modified by Stephen Williams on 29 July 2015 09:19 AM

These directions work on both OS X Snow Leopard and OS X Lion.

Begin by using the combination of the Command Key (Apple Key) + K or in the Finder, Go...Connect to Server

Command-K...Go to Server

In the Server Address field, type the name of the drive you want to access:

For your P drive, type: users.sou.edu/users

For your S drive, type: depts.sou.edu/depts

For the X Drive (Courses), type: courses.sou.edu/courses

If required, type in your SOU username and password and click Connect again.

Enter Username and Password

The volume(s) should mount on your Mac.  They will appear under "Shared" in the Finder window on the left side.

If you would prefer to show your connected drive(s) on your desktop, click Finder in the menu and select Preferences.  Check the box labeled "Connected servers." 

Finder..PreferencesFinder...Preferences...show Connected Servers

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