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I currently am the tech support for a small business the uses both MAC and PC's. We keep all of our files on a file server running Win Server 2003.
The problem I am encountering is with Server Volumes that we keep mounted on the MAC's. I put the volumes in the start items under user accounts. But when I start the the MAC's up it will not connect to the first share. I am trying to connect using AFP and I am running OS X 10.4.7. Any help would be appreciated.
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