The purpose of EditShare is to provide Spaces in which you can store data. You can access these Spaces in a similar manner as physical hard drives connected to your computer, even though they are actually located on a storage array on the EditShare server and accessed over your network. These kinds of network Spaces are referred to by a variety of names. Your workstation’s operating system might refer to them as network drives, shares, folders, volumes, or directories. They all mean essentially the same thing: places on the network where you can store data. Once you have logged in to EditShare you will see the Spaces available to you in EditShare Connect as well as in Windows Explorer or the OS X Finder. You can access several types of Spaces, each with its own purpose.
Much of the EditShare Connect window shows you the EditShare Spaces available to you. You can also click the triangular toggle at the right side of each group to minimize it, leaving more room for the other groups.
OS X users need to select AFP protocol to mount a space. Select the AFP protocol by clicking on the triangle under the Mount/UnMount column associated with the drive space you wish to mount.
To Unmount a Space:
OS X users need to select the blank option from the Mount/Unmount drop down to disconnect or unmount from a space. This may be accomplished by licking on the triangle under the Mount/UnMount column associated with the drive space you wish to unmount.