ServerAccess is a simple utility that allows you to see and connect to your servers from the menu bar.
It’s a free solution created by MacWeb.com (Apple Servers On-Demand).
Supported types: afp, smb, cifs, ftp
If a scheme is entered that the application doesn’t support, it passes it on to the Finder to locate an app supporting the URL. Examples :
– vnc: Open Screen Sharing
– rdp: If installed, open Microsoft Remote Desktop
Interface : the main interface lives in the menu bar, with a menu to allow your mounting points to be quickly accessed.
Settings : the stored mounting points are accessible via the “Preferences…” menu.
Note: This version doesn’t support storing passwords. If you want automatic connection to a mount point, you can use the standard server connection dialog that appears when you connect to a server to remember the password in the Apple keychain.