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NDAS drive will not mount prior to logon and looses sharing permission

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was hoping someone can solve a issue i have with a small server. i have a 1.5 TB harddrive that is attached directly to the router. the server mounts it as an ndas drive and than shares it to computers outside the network since ndas cant be routed properly. the server is having two issues. the first is that the ndas drive will automatically remount when you log on to the computer but i need it to automatically mount when turned on with no human intervention.

the second is that every time i reboot the server it looses sharing permissions on the drive. the drive will be remounted but it is no longer shared and i have to manually reconfigure it every time it is remounted.

was hoping someone can help me with this
all computers are running xp pro including the server
it is a non domain environment running on a home network
the ndas device and software is made by iocell networks i belive the drive is a netdisk 351une but i cant find out for sure without digging through a mess of wires :)

Edited by mikeloeven, 03 July 2010 - 07:32 PM.

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