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Is there something that re-connects network drives when they get disconnected?

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Is there something that re-connects network drives when they get disconnected from a tcp/ip connection or a apple talk network? <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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[quote]Originally posted by spicoli:
<strong>Is there something that re-connects network drives when they get disconnected from a tcp/ip connection or a apple talk network? :confused: </strong><hr></blockquote>

you mean like an iDisk?

shouldnt be to hard to come up with something in applescript...
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I agree. Something like ....


Try
(do something to test the connection)
on error
(reestablish connection)
end try

set up the idle handler to test this about once every ten minutes.
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