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[N5200] Map a network drive in Mac OS X
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Map a network drive in Mac OS X

Once you have successfully created the RAID on N5200, follow the steps below to map network drive.

  1. Create a user john. [Admin Web GUI : Accounts / Users / Add / john]
  2. Create a share folder on N5200 such as Picture. [Admin Web GUI : Storage / Folder / Add / Picture]
  3. Set the folder ACL let user john become writable to folder Picture. [Admin Web GUI : Storage / Folder / Picture / ACL / Submit john into writable column]
  4. Find the share folder of N5200 by Finder. [Mac OS X : Network / Select the Group N5200 belongs to / Select N5200 / Click on Connect button]
  5. Select the SMB/CIFS shared volume you want to connect to. [Picture]
  6. Click on Authenticate button. [Authenticate]
  7. Fill in the workgroup, name, and password. Then check "Remember this password in my keychain" and OK.
  8. Folder Picture will be listed in Finder as an icon.
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