gompacuzonnee.ml/actividades-ninos-tarragona.php So, where does that leave you?
The fix is actually very simple: When set up as such, after you log in, OS X will open and, as a result, mount the network drive for you. Sounds logical, doesn't it?
After selecting the volume, hit "Add" and it will show up in the list. As you may have noticed, there is a box that you can tick in the Hide column.
With that option enabled OS X will not display a Finder window after connecting to the network drive. In my case, however, it seems to have no effect, though it works for the apps that open at login. To make changes to the list of startup or login items you may have to hit the lock bottom left corner of the window.
If that's the case, enter your user password to do it, but do not forget to lock it back again after you are done. Click on the lock again to do that. You can use this method to automatically mount all of your network drives. In case you have certain apps that depend on the connection being established before they open like a BitTorrent client that downloads to a NAS unit make sure that the volumes are higher up in the list so that OS X establishes a connection to them beforehand.
Cloud storage is the one most people have heard of it. Much like you can have different internet service providers, you can have different cloud storage service providers.
Now let us get on with attaching one to your Mac. Once OS X finds a network drive, you will be able to connect to it and access the resources you have permission to access. We can configure OS X to automatically mount the drive in the future to save having to do this every time you want to access something.
Mounting is the technical term for opening the drive to use it. As you enter the login details of the network drive you should see a new drive icon appear on your desktop. This will be the share. Now you can double click or right click to access the contents of that drive as you would any other. Select the little clock icon to reconnect to a previously used network drive or Browse. Browse will perform a quick search of your network to locate the network drive if the drive has been set up for network discovery, which is automatic on most network devices.