|26 Aug 2010||#1|
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reconnect network drive on a mixed LAN
I have a network of Windows 7 computers connecting to a Mac OSX shared folder.
In every client I map that folder into a network drive, and I would like every client to automatically connect to that drive without entering the credentials again.
I defined users in the Mac system with the same usernames passwords as in the PCs
Everything works as expected except for the fact that every time a PC starts a session Windows 7 shows a message saying that it can't reconnect to the network drive. Then it asks for the login credentials and it connects normally.
Of course when I log in I tick the 'remember credentials' option in the login dialog but this doesn't seem to have any effect...
Thanks for your feedback!
BTW: From Windows XP Professional I have no such problem
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