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Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:59 am

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Using the DAVE client but they have ruled out this as being a problem with the DAVE client. We have migrated the Macs to a larger NAS whereby the number of shares is now in the 100's instead of 10's. The Browse Window does not present all the Shares but we can use "cifs mount" and get to any share we want. On several occasions after the Mac was rebooted; we did see additional shares in the Browse Window but they eventually disappear. Usually the first few pages of the Browse Window is blank with possibly 15 of the >100 shares display on the last page. Again .. we are able to mount the shares using "cifs mount" but can't do it via the Browse Window. smbclient lists all the shares. This seems to be an issue specific to network browsing and displaying the Share information. There are 100's of servers also and we can see all of them but not Shares. We don't have issues using a Windows client to display all shares. The NAS and Macs are all using DNS and AD.

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