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    Mapped NAS drive

    Evening all,

    The other week I set my wife's macbook up to automatically connect to the house NAS drive. I cannot remember how I did it. Now I need to turn this off but cannot remember what setting I made. The NAS box has now gone.

    :-(

    Any help appreciated.

    Gareth

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    I think if you go to go, connect to server and depending on what protocol you have setup e.g. afp, nfs or smb you should be able to type smb://ipaddressofnasbox. Try that

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    Havent got my mac around, but isn't there a list of "favourite servers" or something? Remove it from there?

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    Thanks everyone - found it. It was in the user account settings.

    Gareth

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    Did you do something like this :

    10.5: Set up Time Machine on a NAS in three easy steps - Mac OS X Hints

    Not sure if this applies to 10.6 - would be good to know how you achieved this ( time machine backing up to a NAS I presume ) ??

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