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OS 10.6 - Copy Issues with Snow Leopard on Home Network


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I installed Snow Leopard three days ago. I have a home network and, prior to installation, had no issues copying files from my laptop to my home server. After installing Snow Leopard, I drag and drop multiple files in Finder from my laptop to the server. It begins the copy and shows that it is copying all files; however, it only copies a few of them. I've been having to select each file individually and drop them to the server. I'm not sure if anyone else is having this issue. Any fixes??? Thanks.
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Also, I just noticed that selecting individual files doesn't work, either. It seem like the copy process times out and terminates. Very bizarre.
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What protocol are you using? SMB? NFS? FTP? What OS is your server running?

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I'm running Windows XP on the server with SMB.
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