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Tue Aug 07, 2012 1:48 am

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Hi
I am very new to macs - not really that sure of my around them, however i have 3 macs to connect to my new SBS 2011 domain

1 Snow Leopard, 2 Leopard

they all seem to have binded fine and the users can now logon great and office 2011 works fine but the the 2 leopard machines are having great difficulty browsing the shares on the rest of the network, they can both browse the other mac and some buffalo nas' but not our windows shares and we have 45 pc's that they need access to

any suggestions please :?



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