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Hi,

I have just been graced with Leopard, and wondered if someone could point me in the direction of connecting to my NAS?

It does have me baffled a little! I'm sure its simple, but I cannot find it!

Thanks

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What make and model of NAS do you have?
Its usually the same way of connecting to shares on other computers e.g.
Press CMD + K and enter path to share:
afp://nasname/sharename or smb://nasname/sharename
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What make and model of NAS do you have?
Its usually the same way of connecting to shares on other computers e.g.
Press CMD + K and enter path to share:
afp://nasname/sharename or smb://nasname/sharename
Its a Buffalo Terastation 1TB.

I'll try the CMD + K

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