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OS 10.4 - getting a server icon to stick

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Hey, does anyone know how I would go about making a server icon stick araound after I have disconnected from it.

The prime example for this is iDisk. It stays in the side bar of your finder windows and then you can click on it to connect.

I would like to keep this 'shortcut' type option for other servers I connect to everyday.

Any thoughts?

Thanks guys... Love your forum

PS: PBG4 1.67Ghz 1.5GB 10.4.8
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"I would like to keep this 'shortcut' type option for other servers I connect to everyday."
You mentioned that you would like to keep this "Shortcut".
1.) Have the volume mounted
2.) Control or Right click the mounted volume and choose "Make Alias"

Hope this helps.
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