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  • by acme (189) on 2003.01.20 12:56 (#16185) Homepage Journal
    This problem really annoys us all at work. I've completely failed to find a reference to it in the Apple knowledge base [apple.com] either. I'd love to find a solution ;-)
    • Have you tried making an alias to the mounted drive? (command-L should do the trick). Or just drag it onto your finder toolbar. Upon reboot/whatever you should be able to simply double-click/click the alias and have it ask for authentication details. If that's too much of a pain you can use a .nsmbrc containing your connection details; the password need not appear as simple text but can be encrypted using

      smbutil crypt mypasswordhere

      and then inserted into the .nsmbrc in that form.
      The .nsmbrc file is detai