CSIL: Mount CSIL drive Via MacOS
Remotely Mount your CSIL drive to your MacOS system via cifs/smb using SAMBA
Accessing CSIL Drive from MacOS using SAMBA
To mount CSIL drive onto your MacOS machine, you must on the UCSB network. If you are on your own local network you can use the
UCSB Pulse Secure VPN.
Video instructions: https://youtu.be/FTlxjhjwbt0
UCSB Pulse Secure VPN
Note: You can skip this step if you are on the
ucsb wireless web network
To download, install, and run the USCB Pulse Secure VPN follow download link below and the guide created by the UCSB IT department.
Here is the link to Download.
Here is the link to the Guide.
Once we have our VPN running we can mount our csil drive to our local machine.
Mount Drive Using Samba
You will be prompted to login with your engineering/csil account. After loggin in with your credentials, you will be prompted to select the volume you want to mount. Scroll to the bottom and select your csil drive.
Once you are connected, you should have your csil drive mounted as a virtual disk right below Remote Disk in your finder.
You can now access your shared files with read and write privilages!
This can be
extremely useful if you want to edit files on CSIL using your favorite