I have a 3 node NW6.5sp6 cluster advertising a bunch of AFP volumes. Each AFP volume is it's own cluster resource in the format:

resource: afp1_server volume: afpvol1
afp2_server volume: afpvol2

I've tried to school our users that when they connect from a Mac they need to use the server name and then mount the volume associated with it. However when they connect to a virtual server such as afp1_server they see all of the volumes that are mounted on that same physical cluster server. They then mount them that way so that I can't individually fail volumes over because they don't have them mounted correctly.

Is there anyway to make it so that only the volume associated with the virtual server resource is visible when connecting from a Mac?