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OS 10.5 - Error 36 when opening a file via afp

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I have a network disk that shares some files (PDF and PS most of them).
Since a couple of weeks, after some system's update, whenever i try to open any document i get the same message error message: The task could not be completed. An unexpected error occurred (-36)

I have the very same issue in two different mac os 10.5 machines.... can anyone help me?
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