How do I properly mask/escape illegal characters like /:@\ in passwords added in the mount command?
The question arose in the answer here:
mount -t afp afp://adminname:password@ServerIPAddress/ShareName /Volumes/TimeMachine
The asking person had a backslash "\" in the password and the command didn't work. The solution were single quotes around the
Testing the whole scenario in a VM, I created an admin with a password similar to
aaaaa\@11111, but I haven't been able to get the mount command working.