I use hamachi to mount a network drive on my home server (which I back up files to, etc.) on my OSX 10.8.1 MBP.
The problem is that I'm constantly having to connect / reconnect to the wireless network at work (just because of how much I move around between locations at work), which means I'm constantly having issues crop up due to the fact that even though I don't have a wireless connection yet my computer is trying to reconnect to the network drive.
So the basic series of events should be:
Establish wireless connection -> establish connection to server -> mount drive
Is there any way to make sure that this happens in this order rather than the computer trying to do it all at once and throwing me errors?
If that's not possible, is there at least a way to have the computer periodically check and try to mount the network drive (right now, after the first attempt if it can't it gives up, says something along the line of "can't find network location" and I have to manually mount it)?
I already have it set up so that the drive mounts automatically upon login (Accounts -> Login Items, etc.), but that seems to only apply after a system reboot.