--- Comment #4 from Rafael <rafael.linux.u...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Toni Asensi Esteve from comment #3)
> > We work in a Windows domain with a lot of Samba shared folders
> If it can be useful: I edit the /etc/fstab file, I create a .smbcredentials
> file, and from that moment I just use a mountpoint.
> Lately it was written an article that may be useful in some cases:
Thank you Asensi, but I did that some years ago. However, each time user lost
connection to LAN, KDE freezes trying to get access to the samba mountpoint.
Even if user boot her system without LAN connection, to boot was a infinite
process. So I discarded that solution some years ago ;)
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