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10.4: One way to automount SMB network shares
Authored by: markhuot on Feb 07, '07 07:45:23AM

You can also just drag the volume (once mounted) to the Login Items under your account settings in System Preferences, that seems to be the easiest way I've seen and it works with all forms of volumes.



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Exactly!
Authored by: stevebr on Feb 07, '07 01:12:02PM

Yes. I don't know why people always seem to forget this. Works like a charm. 15 steps is 14 too many.



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10.4: One way to automount SMB network shares
Authored by: nickfitz on Feb 08, '07 08:33:54AM

Maybe that's why the article says

You can include them in your user's Login Items list, but each share in the list will spawn a Finder window when it connects.

Clearly the whole point of the hint is to have the share mounted without spawning a new window.



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