Procedure: CIT Web Server / Map on macOS

Tags Technical SOP


  • To provide instruction on mapping the CIT Web server on macOS


  • CIT Faculty, Staff, Students 


  • Personally Owned Computer 
    • macOS


  1. If you are off-campus, connect to the Miami VPN
  2. Open Finder 
  3. Press Command-K (⌘K) on your keyboard
  4. In the Connect to Server dialog box, click the drop-down in the Server Address field and select smb://
  5. To access the CIT Web server, enter after smb:// in the Server Address field
    • Replace UniqueID with your UniqueID
      • Example:
  6. Click the plus button at the bottom-left corner to add the server to your Favorite Servers list
  7. Select your server and click Connect 
  8. When prompted to verify that you are attempting to connect to the server, click Connect to continue
  9. When prompted for authentication, enter your UniqueID in the Username field and enter your MUnet password  
  10. Click Connect



  • Miami offers a solution to map your drives: Visit our Service Catalog to learn more and download Nomad
    • Nomad does not work for the CIT Web server
    • Nomad will change your personal computer's password to your MUnet password



Article ID: 105478
Wed 4/15/20 10:27 PM
Wed 6/8/22 9:57 AM
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