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Script to mount server at start up?


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I just figured out how to get our Platesetter (PC machine) mounted to the Mac I use as well as our other Mac we use as a file storage server, and can connect to them without problems each time I boot to PAnther, but what I would like to be able to do is have them connect or "mount" each time automatically. I figure this would entail a script I would put in the "start up" items. I'm also new to AppleScript and am just getting the hang of it, so I need help in that area also.
Thanks to Anyone out there :confused:
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