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Is FQDN and turning off Notify the "final answer" for slow SMB problem?
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Tom Waterhouse confirmed last week's report that a combination of two suggestions fixes problems with slow SMB file sharing browsing in Snow Leopard. Waterhouse said:
Just to add my voice to saga of slow finder browsing, I have tried previous fixes and found nothing worked consistently, but so far using both FQDN and turning notification off seems to do the trick! I've been happily using the Finder problem free for the past 2 days since I applied this fix. Normally I would experience the problems pretty early in the day, but it's been 100% successful so far. Many thanks for the tip!
If you tried this approach -

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