The permissions of the /Volumes directory was changed in macOS 10.12. As a result, the operating system does not allow ShareBrowser (versions up to and including 4.3) the correct permissions to create a mount point for an NFS share.
Finder's "Connect to Server" option in macOS is still available, or we have a workaround that involves adding an Apple Script file to your login items.
- Download the Apple Script file here.
- Unzip it and add the .app file to your Applications folder.
- Go to System Preferences > Users & Groups > Login Items (for your user)
- Add the app to this list.
Now, when the macOS user logs in, there will be a prompt for the computer's admin password. This will allow these versions of ShareBrowser to mount as they did prior to macOS Sierra.
Update 20 October 2016: ShareBrowser 4.3.1 has this script built in. The first time an NFS share is mounted, you will be asked for the admin credentials. The volume can then be mounted and unmounted until the workstation is rebooted.
Update 15 August 2017: ShareBrowser 4.4 uses a different mounting method for NFS which makes this issue obsolete.
If there are any issues please contact SNS Support.