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Hi everyone,

I've updated to the latest version of Lion on 6 of my systems at the office here (10.7.3) which claims to fix the WiFi Connectivity issue when coming back from sleep.

Doesn't work. And it's not JUST WiFi.

I have 5/6 systems on Ethernet and 1 on Wifi.

When the systems come back from sleep, they can't initialize a Ethernet/Network connection for a good 10-12 seconds. This is causing major grief to our users who use network attached shares and other network services.

Is this a known issue?

Coud be the most annoying and irritating bug Apple has yet to miss. I can't say one positive thing about Lion, including the OS benching slower than OS SL but that's another story.

Some help or knowledge is greatly appreciated.


PS> Maybe setting the computers to never sleep is the solution but that's ridiculous.

Thanks in advance
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This is a known problem. Please read through this thread which you missed that's in this same forum: LINK
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