If not, do you have Finder preferences set to show external drives and connected servers?
Do you have anything plugged into the 5 port powered USB hub?
If so, what?
Are the external drive connected directly to the Time Capsule?
If so, these are considered to be Network Attached Storage (NAS) and should appear on the desktop once you have connected to them.
Airport time capsule 2TB (router and usb for additional Hard disk’s) Airport time Capsule
I have an iMac and a 2TB Airport time Capsule, WiFi, a laptop and several Apple Devices. I am utilizing a good portion of my Time Capsule to the Time machine Backups. My iMac also has a 1TB internal hard disk. I also have three other external hard disks. A 1TB SSD, .5 TB SSD and a 2Tb Seagate (relegated to the MS side of my setup). What I want to do is be able to see my 2 SSD’s and address them directly. I have tried to use an alias, assign an Icon and use them just as I would use my internal HD and my Airport Time capsule. I can see my SSD’d when in finder looking at my Airport Time Capsule. I just can’t seen to get it organized. I have a 5 port powered USB hub. Not only having a problems with the alias but volumes don’t like easy icons. I need advice on how to set up the 2 ssd’s and give then an icon that I can see in finder under devices. I would appreciate any advise you may offer.