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OS 10.5 - Home Directories missing


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Hi we just got a new iMac into our system running 10.5.4. We have all of our users home directories setup on our file server on samba share. but when we log in the home directories are missing. We don't know how to set up the roaming directories for this new computer. Does SMB/CIFS missing in Directory Utility have anything to do with it?
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