Mac OS X is equipped with built-in Samba technology that allows it to map your personal account on the Central File Server and view it as a folder. This is much like mapping your H: drive on a Windows computer (the way it appears on a cluster computer). Make sure your computer is properly networked. For complete networking information for OS X, see macOS: Configuring the network system preferences for Princeton.
If you are not on campus and cannot access the Princeton network, you will need to use VPN (Virtual Private Networking) to connect to your H: drive. For more information, please refer to VPN: How do I remotely connect to protected resources.
Your HOME folder page will appear on your Mac's desktop.