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OS 10.5 - Directory Utility - Automatic NFS Mounts Error


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Hi, I am trying to add some automatic NFS shares from another Leopard machine on the home network.

I add the share and it gets verified.....but when i hit 'Apply' I get an error saying:

Code:
eDSRecordAlreadyExists

Any ideas how to fix it?

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Googled it. Apparently a few people are having the same issue, but I can't find a solution anywhere....
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