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OSx 10.3 random network disconnects


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Hi

We have a windows 2000 advanced server that is running appleshare. We recently upgraded a bunch of designers to Quark 6.5 and they seem to get randomly disconnected from a share on the fileserver.

This seems to happen when they are trying to save quark files, but not always, I think. It is not the power settings as we have already disabled this.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated as I am at a bit of a loss.

Bruce
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