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Appletalk server 'Welcome' messages

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How do you create the server "Welcome" messages for a network file server?
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When you use the AppleTalk Administrator Tool from your Apple Menu and Enter your password, one of the options, on the top menus is the "Welcome" option, sorry I can't remember which one, just have a good look..
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