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unmount auto network share mac os 10.6


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Hello, I have a user that logs into her mac and is automatically connected to a network share by afp. The problem is that we no longer support afp on our network and the share is read only.

I can disconnect it manually, but it reconnects when the machine is rebooted. I looked in system preference/accounts/login items and the share is not listed as a startup item. I need to know where the startup item is mounting from so I can remove it.

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Is the Mac bound to AD? or OD?
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No, it isn't.
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