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OS 10.4 - Connecting to Server when Mac Boots


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Quick question - I am running a PC connected to my router and my Mac - and I use the Connect to Server in Finder to connect - just curious if there is a way for the mac to do this without me having to do it through finder? Also can it pre-fill my username and password box too?

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This has been discuseed many times on these forums. Please use the search function.

After searching for less then a minute I found this:

You can add a network mounted drive to your startup items so that it will mount as soon as your computer starts up, or you log in.

I also found this:

If you know apple script you can make an apple script to do the task then add the applescript to your start up items.

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