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MacOS - v4 remounting ecexute automount

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Hello -

I am actively trying out ConnectMeNow - by the way it happened in two different versions. v3 on my Intel iMac and v4 on Apple Silicon Macbook M1.

The "execute automount" option under tools in v4.0.11 doesn't seem to do anything. I can go to the ConnectMeNow icon in the menu and click individual shared and have them mounted - so the utility can mount - but not all in one click.

Upon start of the Mac, the program does start - but again, no mounting happens.

(or - in both cases, the time it takes is very long)

Both of these things seem to work in 3.0.7.

Thought I'd let you know :)

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Hi Madseno42! 😊 

Thank you for taking the time to test and actually report potential issues. I do very much appreciate that! 👍 

Without knowing much of your experience with CMN and what the settings are, I'd just like to make sure that you've set each of the shares (assuming v4) to "Auto Mount when ConnectMeNow Starts".

This option makes it that CMN automatically mounts that particular share when ConnectMeNow starts - or when you select the "Execute Auto Mount" option in the menu.

Since you're the first one reporting this, and you're reporting this for v3 and v4, I'd carefully assume this may not be the case?
(no offense intended)

Note: v3 is really very old and should maybe not be used anymore. 😉 


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