Map a Network Drive on a Mac
Open the file manager, right-click a folder you want to share, and select Properties. Click the Local Network Share tab and enable sharing for that folder. Configure your sharing settings after installing the Samba software — be sure to click the Create Share button to start sharing the folder. To connect directly to a computer, select the Connect to Server option in Nautilus instead and enter the path to the remote computer like so: However you connect, you may need to authenticate with a user account name and password that has access to the files on the remote machine. This depends on whether you enabled guest access and how you set up your folder sharing permissions.
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Try going to "System Preferences" and then "Sharing" and under the "services" tab enable Windows Sharing. You should then be able to click "GO" in the finder and click "Network" and browse a Windows or Mac network and see shared files. Cheers Mat.
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Originally Posted by whiterabbit. I found the GO Menu. IT is at the TOP of the screen. I believe I have the sharing set up correctly on the Windows computer.
THanks Monty. I'm not sure the Mac is meant to browse the windows workgroup like windows computers do. I setup Airport with the advanced button and set my wireless router up as a WINS server, and entered my windows workgroup name on that page. I can now connect to servers smb: