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Share-mounting logon script in OS 9.3

Posted on 2004-08-09
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Running MAC OS 9.3

Using Dave to mount to windows shares on the network.

Users logoff or restart and then can't find their windows shares, and forget how to set them up again.

Is there a script I can auto-run at logon to make this happen?
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just put an alias to those servers into the startup folder.
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or do you mean 10.3 is your os?
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The OS is 9.3, not 10.3.
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I was not aware there was an os 9.3.  I thought 9.2.2 was the last of os 9.  Never the less.  Put an alias in the startup folder.  That should do the trick.
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Maybe it is 9.2.2.  It's not my machine.  I was only told 9.3.

I'm going to try the alias trick today.
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The alias method worked like a charm.

Thanks.
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