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Old 09 October 2010, 17:44   #5
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Originally Posted by View Post
I am not sure why you would not want to use EasyNet as it does not slow down your connection in any way...
The reason is that I might want to start the network early in the startup-sequence. If I don't have to use the EasyNet front end, then that's better.
Originally Posted by View Post
Regarding NetFS functionality: If you are running EasyNet, you don't need to get your hands dirty writing mount lists- just goto EasyNet's Hosts Manager, select the PC host from the list and click 'Connect To...' button- it will do the hard work for you:
True, but I don't like the share names. A separate smb mount file does the job, too, and I already had one from MiamiDX
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