Recently, I noticed that when I try to open
smb:// URLs that contain a share (exact syntax:
smb://firstname.lastname@example.org/share), I am just presented the dialog asking which shares I want to mount, but in the past it would directly mount the given share and open a Finder window. (I am typically using
open smb://... from the commandline, but I think the same holds for links on intranet pages from within Safari.)
Is this a limitation of Mojave (my suspicion is that this is caused by the upgrade, but I am not sure)? Do other people have the same problem? Is there a setting or workaround for this?
Update: It started working again, maybe through one of the updates Mojave got in the meantime. This status update is written on macOS 10.14.3, which allows to directly open shares again. (I only get a password prompt, but not the annoying share choice when specifying the share already.)