I have some Mac users with OSX 10.6.4 that are having issues viewing files in a shared folder on a Windows Small Business server 2008. I have change the permissions for all domain users to access this folder & to be able to read/write/modify. However the Mac users can connect to this folder but for some reason no files will show up in the folder, any suggestions for a fix? I have even created a new folder and copied the contents to it without success.
See if this post from an Apple forum helps you:
Note, although it mentions SBS 2003, there are responses from people saying this should work for SBS 2008. As always, please be sure to backup your server before making changes.
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As the article said it should related to the settings for Mac system. If the article cannot help fix the issue, you can try to contact Apple for further information.
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Are the mac systems using the SBS 2008 Active Directory? You can do this through system preferences -> Sharing.
More detailed information is available here: http://krypted.com/active-directory/directory-utility-in-snow-leopard/