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In general, the command to mount a CIFS share on Linux is:
sudo mount -t cifs -o rw,user=umroot/uniqname //server/volume /mountpoint
|uniqname||The uniqname of a user with the rights to mount the specified volume|
||The server hosting the volume, such as lsa-users.m.storage.umich.edu or lsa.m.storage.umich.edu|
|volume||The volume to mount, such as lsa-users or lsa-deptname|
|mountpoint||The mount point for the share, such as /mnt|
Other options can be specified as needed.
To mount a network drive on your Mac OS X computer, perform the following steps:
To mount a network drive on your Windows computer, perform the following steps:
If you would like a shortcut to this server space to appear on your desktop, perform the following steps:
Your new shortcut will then appear on your desktop.