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    Adding a volume to a Group (To add to the user Dock)

    I have a group that needs to have a shared folder added to the user dock, for everyone in that group.

    There is one already added, but it's "kind" is volume. How do I add a shared folder as a volume through Workgroup manager?

    thanks

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    i haven't yet worked out to add things like this to the docks, but, you could always add the shared folder as a desktop mounted folder.

    WGM>select user group/preferences/login/items/'always' manage/add share points

    if you connect to the shared folder on your admin mac and mount the share on your desktop you can drag this point into the 'item' panel. make sure you also select the afp mount point you've added and tick 'mount share point with user's name and password'

    hope this helps a little

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