MAC – Force Disconnect Server
FORCE DISCONNECT SERVER MAC
Delete Keychain Access for those servers
- COMMAND click the server addresses to highlight them (*.184, and *.218) then CONTROL click and select DELETE 2 items
- Quit Keychain Access
- Goto APPLE Menu, then SYSTEM PREFERENCES, then USERS & GROUPS.
- Click on your account name
- To the right select the LOGIN ITEMS tab
- If the server is listed in that window, select it and hit the minus button.
- If the server is not in that list then proceed to the next step anyway
NEXT force eject the share,
The corresponding shares for our classes are:
- On Desktop goto GO menu
- Pull down and select UTILITIES
- Find the app named TERMINAL and double click. You should get a screen that looks blank except for line prompts and the cursor just after a “$”
- COPY PASTE this code next to the “$”
- diskutil unmountDisk force /Volumes/documentary_sha
- HIT RETURN KEY
- You should get a text response that will hopefully be: Unmount successful for /Volumes/documentary_sha
- Quit TERMINAL
- On DESKTOP, click GO, CONNECT TO SERVER
- This is the window that opens. Yours will be different in that the servers won’t be the same.
- Holding the COMMAND key down click on all the addresses that end in .184 OR 218
- Once selected, hit the “-“ minus button in the lower left of that box
- Clear the server address box
- Enter afp://126.96.36.199
- If the connection dialog box opens then
- Registered User is ticked and DO NOT select the remember password in keychain
- If that still connects you to the other server automatically, then we are going to have to clean the Keychain Access App.