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    Mapping a network drive (NAS) - hiding finder window

    This is a pain, but I've mapped a NAS share to my MBP and set it up so it keeps the connection even after a restart. Yet the damn finder window keeps opening. I've set the Hide flag in the 'Users and Groups' > 'Login Items' - yet it still shows up.

    Surely it cannot be that hard.

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    is the finder window open last thing before restart or logoff? if your using lion i know it gives the option to re-open windows as they were pre-logoff

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    I think I had the same problem where it opens by default on mapping, It was a machine that was hardly ever rebooted so I never found a way around it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amfony View Post
    is the finder window open last thing before restart or logoff? if your using lion i know it gives the option to re-open windows as they were pre-logoff
    Hi amfony,

    Yes we tried that. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    I think I had the same problem where it opens by default on mapping, It was a machine that was hardly ever rebooted so I never found a way around it.
    Evening Synack,

    Yeah this is what's happening. By default it is opening when it maps each time we turn the machine on. PITA. I'll keep searching - my next port of call is the official Apple forums.

    Gareth

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