TeamShare - Drive Mounting

Windows (8.1 oder neuer)

  1. Open your Explorer (File manager) and click on This PC on the left. At the top, click on the tab Computer and then Map network drive.

  2. Pick a drive letter. Enter the server address into the Folder field and click on Finish. You will have received all necessary credentials from us via e-mail.

    Server address: \\\Username

If Windows asks for you password after every reboot, we recommend you permanently save your credentials in the "Credential Manager":

  1. Open the Credential Manager by either typing that term into your start menu, or by navigating through: Windows Settings > Accounts Credential Manager, and click on the button Windows Credentials.

  2. Click on the Link Add a Windows credential.

  3. Enter the server address and your credentials, and click OK. You will have received all this information per e-mail.


iOS (iPhone & iPad)

  1. Open the Files-App

  2. Tap the “” button at the top right, and select Connect to server.

  3. Enter the server address including your username at the end, and then tap Connect. You will have received all this information per e-mail.

    Server address: smb://

  4. Enter your username and password, and tap Next.

  5. Done! You now have access to your folder.

Note: After restarting your device, it cane take up to a minute after connecting until you can see your files.




The functionality to mount TeamShares differs significantly between Android-Implementations and their respective file managers.

We recommend you check whether your default file manager supports this feature. If necessary, we recommend installing a separate SMB-capable App.




Support for mounting TeamShares with the default file manager Finder is under MacOS is limited. In order to gain more functions, we recommend installing an SMB-capable program.




The file managers of many distributions (e.g. Nautilus or Dolphin) have native support to mount SMB-shares, either temporarily or permanently. This is usually the best option.


Alternatively, you can permanently mount your TeamShare using the fstab file. See this article for more information.


In most cases this will require you to install the cifs-utils package.