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I would like to store the PC Home folder on a server using Samba. I found some information, how can I move the Home folder. I would like to move this folder to a Samba share, on Linux there is the fstab to mount share folder. How can I mount under win 7 this shared folder as a partition, during the system start, using username and passwords?

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Use this link for configure the Samba superuser.com/a/481827/145058 – Mohammadhassan Esfahanian Oct 8 '12 at 10:48
    
My question is not related to the samba configuration. – Kicsi Mano Oct 8 '12 at 10:53
mklink /d C:\userhomes \\server\share

That doesn't actually mount the share but creates a symbolic link to it. Every user permitted to access the share can transparently access it through the symlink. You grant access by setting appropriate permissions on the Samba share.

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How can I start the network, and how can I mount the samba before login? How can I grant access to this drive for everybody? – Kicsi Mano Oct 8 '12 at 12:36
    
See updated answer. – Ansgar Wiechers Oct 8 '12 at 15:12

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