Mapping a Drive for Mac


If it is necessary for you to often access a network computer or folder for collaboration of work, sharing of files, backing up of data, Web site editing, or any other purpose, mapping a drive to this share can save you time by decreasing the number of steps necessary to access it and will allow you quick access without having to remember the full name or path each time you need access.


  1. Creating a Mapped Drive
    1. In the Finder, choose Go > “Connect to Server.”

​2. In Server Address, type the network address and hit enter.

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