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when do network file systems mount in the startup process?

by egbbfb03 / June 4, 2006 1:42 AM PDT

I have two NFS volumes set to mount automatically at startup on my windows xp machine. Every time I start up my machine, I receive the following error message:

An error occurred while communicating to the NFS server. Make sure that the client for nfs service has started. If the problem persists, make sure client for NFS service can communicate with user name mapping or pcnfs server

Does anyone know how to A) prevent this error message or B) move the mounting of remote file systems to later in the boot sequence so as to be sure that the NFS client has all of its dependencies before windows attempts to mount these two file systems?


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