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Hey there,

I have a macbook pro and a mac pro
the macbook pro has osx 10.5.8 on it
the mac pro has leopard snow

On both devices I can acces my Nas devices.
However, on the macbook I can see all files and can copy and delete etc...

on the mac pro, I can see the root folder, but that's all. When I open a subfolder, there seems nothing to be in it...

Can somebody help me on this one?

ps: nas is Qnap
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