I consider myself a fairly smart guy, dabbling in linux, osx, windows networking over my years. I am in a pickle thought lately and my google-fu is failing me. I have a number of machines in a network, most of them are 10.6, some 10.7. And a number of the machines have network shares, and all is good. When a user reboots, users are presented with a screen saying the network drive is not accessible, and to ignore or disconnect (all). I am sure you all know what screen that is. However, if that user is not sitting in front of machine, it autodisconnects after...10-20 seconds? If it waited about 20 more seconds, the machine would be up and running 100%, but instead it creates havoc for me and everyone to 'reboot their machines' to reconnect all the drives they saved. I even have it happening at my house on 2 10.8 machines. I reboot one, it looses the other, I need to remote into the headless machine to reconnect a drive so automation can continue. Where is this option to change. I dont recall older version being this finicky about it. Any help would be appreciated.