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SFU client mount not persistent

SFU client mount not persistent

SFU client mount not persistent

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I have NT2003 server.  NFS mountpoint exported from unix box I have no control over anything on the Unix side.  I have installed sfu 3.5 on my NT2003 server.  I can map a drive to the mountpoint, however, when I logoff the machine, the drive mapping is not available when I log back on the next time.  I have to remap it each time.  How to I make it permanent?
Also, Is there a way to make this available to the "system" so no one has to be logged on. I want to run program as a service and it needs data from this mountpoint, but I don't want to have to keep the server logged on all the time.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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