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Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:55 pm

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Hello everyone,
In the office there is a Mac mini server connected to the LAN and is doing a great job.
Everyone in the office has Win XP and everything is working fine with that (also via wifi with the laptops).

Few months ago I got a Fujitsu laptop with Windows 7 Home and it connects to the services of the server easily. The only thing that does not work well is the SERVER Page..
When I try to view the Mac OS page via the browser (IE or Chrome) it takes ages to load and most of the time it does not finish the loading, leaving the MAC OS page there in half way.

This problem is ONLY with this laptop and ONLY when I use the local lan, connecting via the local IP.
The same Mac Mini Server is reachable via a fixed IP thru the internet, and when I connect to the server using the Public IP and I connect the laptop from the internet. In that case is everything normal and I can load, see and use the Mac OS page (calendar, wiki...) in a flash.

I checked tens of possibilities but I can't find what causes the problem.

Do you guys have any suggestion?



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