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Sun May 23, 2010 9:02 am

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I have an issue using a new iMac 27" 10.6.x accessing an AFP share on an Xserve running 10.4.11. Copying files is extremely slow. We have many users running 10.4.11 accessing this share and there speed is ok. I notice that the problem users show up with ip address on the Connections tab of the xserve while the users without the problem show up as Broadcasthost.

Any ideas?

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