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Mac Server - Login Scripts?

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I'm new to this network.  We have a Windows 2003 domain but also a suite of Mac's.

We have a Mac server that I've basically never looked at but now I need to set up a network share so it is available on our Mac clients.

What tool do I use to do this?  Obviously, in Windows I use a login script to map the share.

Can somebody point me in the direction of an article / how-to for how to do this on Mac's?

Thank you,
Guy
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by:strung
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What model Mac server and which server software?

Apple has the manuals and all sorts of documentation on line, but you need to know what version of the software you have:

http://www.apple.com/support/mac/
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by:GuyWood13
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Sorry...

It is an Xserve 2,1
running Mac OS X Server 10.5.8

Could you point me to the relevant article/guide/how to please?

Guy
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Could you be more specific rather than just a manual for everything?
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Not really. Sorry. You are going to have to read the manual.
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