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Mounting smb drives on Mac without username and password to manually type in.

08/12/2016 1165 views

I have been working on mounting drives with this script in Kace as an online shell script.


#!/bin/sh
/usr/bin/osascript -e 'mount volume "smb://<servername>/sharename"'
exit


Whenever I run it with the proper names filled in above it prompts for the root password.  Is there some way I can do this on a machine that is joined to active directory and it just mounts and shows up on the desktop?


Thanks



It prompts me for the root password. 

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The linux samba command would be
smb://user_name:password@server_name/sharename
Answered 08/15/2016 by: Senathon
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