I have a Drobo network file server which insists on offering it's mounts via both
smb://. Is there any way to force my Macs (they are all running High Sierra) to NEVER mount network volumes via AFP?
There is no way in the Drobo administration to disable AFP. I've talked Drobo Support: it's a "feature we're considering."
To be clear: I understand how to mount it via SMB. There are certain situations (that I seem to be unable to control) where the macs sometimes automount via AFP. I think it might have to do with remembered "open recent" files -- but I'm guessing. So I want to break/disable AFP entirely. I'll take a failure to mount, instead of the problems I get when it automounts with AFP. (files don't save, apps and the finder lock up, etc)