I constantly get this error message on my laptop when I'm away from work (e.g. at home):
There was a problem connecting to the server «work.server». It is possible that the server does not exist or is not currently available. Check the server name or IP address and your network connection and try again.
Note: The error message is translated from Norwegian, so it may contain inaccuracies compared to the English equivalent.
work.server is exchanged with
I tried looking at the Console, and this is what I found:
20.05.13 14:39:30,729 System Preferences: DoMountServerWithKeychainAuthenticationWithFlags error (65) for: smb://900-FILE-01/employees/
20.05.13 14:39:30,729 System Preferences: Error (65) attempting to mount home directory URL: smb://900-FILE-01/employees/
20.05.13 14:39:30,729 System Preferences: DADiskCreateFromVolumePath failed for '' unmounting network home
This is what I've tried and checked:
- I've failed at finding
900-FILE-01with the Terminal.
- There is of course no visible mount.
- I've also tried wiping
Last used serversunder
Go > Connect to server, but to no avail.
- Checked Time Machine is turned off.
- Checked Log-In Items and got it down to a minimum: SpeechSynteziser, DropBox and... Unknown (?).
- Can't seem to access Unknown, even though I'm admin...
The message still pops up at uneven intervals, at least once or twice an hour, when the laptop is idle, in the middle of a film, when I'm writing stuff... ARGH! How do I make it go away?