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Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:21 am

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I have some Max OSX 10.5 and recently some 10.6 boxes that i connect to a windows share.
Historically i have not added these machines to our Active Directory.
I connect these Macs to a share on our AD via SMB but i have seen some instances were files they are working on for some strange reason just seem to corrupt and i have to restore an earlier version.
I am wondering if this could have anything to do with how im connecting them to the windows share, i currently use SMB but maybe i should be using AFP?
I know there is loads of problems out there connecting Mac's to windows shares but what is the best protocol for me to use and should these mac's be connected to the AD properly?


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