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OS 10.4 - Shared drives disconnect after 30 seconds

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We are in the process of adding 6 MAC's to our network. I have 1 to test and have added it to the network and connected to a server share. I open that share and it stays open, no problem. When setting up the production MAC, the share will only stay open for about 30 seconds and then it closes. Any ideas?
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