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Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:42 am

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Having issues mounting user home directories on the Macs. They are bound to AD correctly. When user logs in, the shared folder appears on the desktop. The users home directory appears on the taskbar at the bottom. All users can see all other users folders and mounting is not happening correctly. What are the correct permissions (and steps to apply them) so the user home directories mount correctly?



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