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Network Mapping for Macintosh

Postby Sherman Smith » Sat, 21 Feb 2004 01:21:26 GMT

I have services for macintoshes running on W2k server, but 
when I set up network mapping for the macintoshes, the 
drives do not show up on the mac clients. The user would 
have to navigate to the drive in order to access it. How 
can I map the drive to where it reconnects and shows up on 
the macs desktop when the user logs on?

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