My biggest problem is: cmd ⌘K (
Connect to Server…) just doesn't work (neither does it exist in the "Go" menu in Finder). When I hit cmd ⌘K in Finder it just gives me an error beep (sounds more like a "boup"). I want to connect to a Windows network and it works fine on my 10.8 iMac at work (with cmd ⌘K and then typing the correct adress) but doesn't on my home MacBook white with 10.6.8 running. Why does cmd ⌘K not work here? Though on both machines the VPN connection works fine. How do I get the option to connect to a server via cmd ⌘K back?
Next thing I tried was connecting via command line with
mount -t smbfs //username:password@server\folder and
mount -t smbfs //username:password@server/folder.
Both didn't seem to work, just gave me the message:
usage: mount [-dfruvw] [-o options] [-t ufs | external_type] special node mount [-adfruvw] [-t ufs | external_type] mount [-dfruvw] special | node
Can you help me to get connected to the server?