Since I put several of my users on their new automounted home directories they have been complaining that they can't find their home directory. Other than the huge "Home" button on the button bar I totally agree with them ;). They are now used to navigating to Mac HD:Users:<username> through Finder and are having difficulty understanding that the files are stored in Network:Servers:Server:Users:<username>.
Can anyone suggest a way to mount a home directory on the users local machine at Mac HD:Users:<username>? If I were doing this on a Unix based network I would export the home directories via NFS and mount them on the workstations at /home/<username>. How complicated is it to do this in Mac OS X 10.2 Server with the clients/workstations being authenicated via NetInfo? Is it possible to create a solution to this using NetInfo and AFP rather than NFS?