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Autoremount in SFM

Posted on 1997-12-04
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I wanna know if Macintosh can remount to NT server using SFM (Service for Macintosh) without prompting password everytime restarting the machine? It is possible to do it with a Novell server but in Windows NT server it just let me remember the login name only but not the password.
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If you want to remember the password with a NT server. Open in the system settings of NT the item MacFile. When you now choose the button attributes you can allow  that Mac-User store their password. (Sorry if have only a german version of NT so I'm not quite sure that my translation of the items is correct).
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