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I need to write a scrip for a drive mapping on a Unix machine from a WIndows 2000 Pro machine.  For example:

\\hp9000\homes\drafts

How would I include the unix password in the scrip file to map the drive and put the password in?

Thank You
Scott
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If you are using a AD or NT to run the login script and password might be viewable if anyone was sniffing about the Netlogon or syslogon shares, I am not an expert on unix are you using Samba?
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ThanQ
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