[rescue] OT: windows server question

Dan Sikorski me at dansikorski.com
Tue Oct 30 16:19:53 CDT 2007

stephen price wrote:
>> I'm wondering why it would be important to have it
>> connected if nobody 
>> is logged in.  Are you saying that all users need to
>> have it, or that 
>> there is some sort of background process running
>> that needs to have it 
>> connected even if nobody is logged in?
>>     -Dan
> A background process.  Currently we set it up so that
> whomever logs in has the share mounted, but
> occasionally somebody will log off & then the share is
> not there & the process dies.
> I just don't want or need to have someone logged on at
> all times....
How does that process run?  If it runs as a service, does it run as a 
user account that you could have map the drive?  Typically drive 
mappings are per user, not per server, although i should say that i have 
no experience with CIFS NAS, so there could easily be something that i'm 

    -Dan Sikorski

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