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    dpixel8
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    help with networking issue
    So, heres the deal:

    We have a fileserver here at the office, that all machines have to login to to open/view files. then also a login for PC Maclan, and the email machine, a g3. So, now with the new G5, Everytime I want to go into the fileserver, i have to relogin. Why is this? I tell it each time "Add to keychain", but it seems to not remember this. Anyone know how to make this setup so that once I put the password in at startup, it stays in until the machine is shut down again? Thanks in advance for the help on this issue.

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    Try going through the "Connect to Server" (command+k in finder) under the Go Menu. Ive had some trouble getting it to remember usernames and passwords in keychain access with networks too.

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    dpixel8
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    Anyone else have a fix for this? I had already tried this and it didnt seem to work. Is this a bug? Or a networking issue. Unfortunatly I am not just the designer, I am also the network admin. heh

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