macOS Network Drive Access
If you have a Macintosh running Mac OS X 10.9 or higher (including macOS 10.12 and 10.13), you can connect to your network drives.
From the Finder, select “Connect to Server…” from the Go Menu.
In the dialogue box, type the following: smb://server/share – replacing server and share with the appropriate values from the table below.
Drive Server Share S: ss1.truman.edu win_apps T: xenon.truman.edu username U: hydrogen.truman.edu Student_files Y: hydrogen.truman.edu username
For example, to map your Y: Drive, you would type smb://hydrogen.truman.edu/abc1234, replacing abc1234 with your username.
Then click the OK button.
In the box that appears, enter TRUMAN for the Workgroup, then enter your Truman username and password.
The Drive will appear on the desktop with a name that corresponds to the Share in the table above.