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    pbook24
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    mounting network drives at startup
    I have my iMac and external HD networked wirelessly on all other macs in my house. I saw a script somewhere that allows me to make the net work drives as an application, which then allows me to add it as a startup program, so it will connect at startup.

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    You can just add the network share to the logon items in system preferences
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    This might do what you want...

    http://www.scriptsoftware.com/mountwatcher/

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