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Hello all,

Kindly need your expertise.
I am configuring Mac OS X Server 10.6.
I have set up an OD server for my office.
I have several work divisions there, such as Finance, Buss Dev, Designer etc.
I have set up an automount group shared folder as a volume when a user log in at their workstation. The folder is refer to their own division. It works.
Currently i need to add a automount volume that refer to all division which i name it 'public'. The 'public' can be accessed by all employees.
In Workgroup Manager, i can only make a shared folder for every group. There is no option to add another folder.
How to set another automounting shared folder ?
Thanks a lot guys
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How about creating an Everyone group?

And then adding the three Bus Dev, Finance and Designer groups to that group as members.
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