MountIt
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MountIt mounts on demand one or more network resources (volumes, drives) on desktop, in Finder, or remounted if necessary. It can be used as replacement to standard Finder's "Connect to Server..." menu command, allowing connecting to several network resources in one step. In addition it offers the possibility to mount the resources using resource specific username and passwords and the possibility to run a AppleScript script after mount process finishes.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Virtualruffy commented on 07 Mar 2014
I had hopes it could be used to resolve the 10.5 issue with "error -6602" inability to mount smb volumes. Sadly not. Still useful.
[Version 2.0]


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mail21 commented on 13 Oct 2007
Sorry, but I don't really get it -- what's the point of the app...?! I mean, where's the advantage over just using the menu command in the Finder...?!

Even though it does allow me to authenticate, it still only gives me permission to read...?! That's the same I get via Finder, without having to use another app...!?

Maybe I am missing something here, but I was hoping that I could mount a volume and have the same permissions like when I connect to it through Transmit or some other FTP app...
[Version 2.0]


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Javol Software (developer) commented on 06 Apr 2007
I've updated the documentation. Now it contains sort of guide and some hints. Check it out. Maybe this is not the application you are looking for thus it doesn't work for you. This application is for users/administrators that are looking for replacement to Classic's Chooser function that allowed to mount selected AppleShare volumes at system startup. Though it does not allow browsing network like Chooser did. The users have to know at least how to mount network drive using Finder's Connect to Server... menu command.
[Version 2.0]


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Hotmac commented on 22 Mar 2007
Nice idea but doesn't work. Can't find any help or suggestions, for example how to set up a path correctly. A small helpfile would be nice.
[Version 2.0]


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Javol Software (developer) commented on 21 Mar 2007
Sorry for inconvenience, wrong file uploded. I've just fixed that, but it may take few minutes or even hours until it will be updated here on MacUpdate. Since that I recommend you to visit devloper pages and download it from there.
http://www.volny.cz/javol/javolathome/MountIt.html

Thanks for understanding.
[Version 2.0]


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fmaier commented on 21 Mar 2007
Won't launch for me on a G5. It acts like it starts but never appears in the dock.
[Version 2.0]


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Star-Affinity commented on 21 Mar 2007
Can't get it to launch - tries to take a place in the Dock, but just vanishes.

MacBook Pro C2D, 2 GB RAM, OS X 10.4.9.
[Version 2.0]


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morpe had trouble on 21 Mar 2007
idem for me!
[Version 2.0]


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Downloads:4,680
Version Downloads:4,680
Type:Utilities : Network
License:Free
Date:21 Mar 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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MountIt mounts on demand one or more network resources (volumes, drives) on desktop, in Finder, or remounted if necessary. It can be used as replacement to standard Finder's "Connect to Server..." menu command, allowing connecting to several network resources in one step. In addition it offers the possibility to mount the resources using resource specific username and passwords and the possibility to run a AppleScript script after mount process finishes.


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