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Wed Mar 09, 2011 3:42 am

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Hi to all
I have a file server in Windows 2008 R2 Cluster. The domain is Windows 2000.
I have shared folder i can see it through 10.4 and 10.6 computers but not in 10.5
I received an error when mount the volume. The error is only when I try to access to network shared folders. I can enter in local shared folders.
I try to access through SMB:
smb://ipaddress/sharedfolder

Why I can connect with 10.4 and 10.6, but not with 10.5?
I test with more than 15 computers ( five of each system).
thanks in advance
Javier

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Buenas a todos
Tengo un servidor de archivos en cluster con Windows 2008 R2. Tengo carpetas compartidas y las pueden ver sin problemas los equipos macs que tengo con las versiones 10.4 y 10.6, pero no con la 10.5
Los equipos con Leopard me da error a la hora de montar volumen. si creo un recurso compartido en uno de los servidores a nivel local c:\temp (por ejemplo), si accede a él, pero si el recurso es de red, entonces no me monta el volumen
Intento acceder desde todos los sistema a través de SMB
smb://direccionip/nombrerecuroscompartido

¿Hay alguna diferencia entre la 10.5 y el resto de sistemas operativos para no poder acceder a los recursos?

Gracias anticipadas
Javier



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