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Windows Server 2003 Translating Files?


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I recently upgraded to Win Server 2003 and found that one of our Mac programs that calculates 32 bit CRC checksums is now getting different values for the files on the server. The wierd thing is if we copy the file to the Mac the checksum is OK, but if we put it back on the server it is wrong. I'm thinking the server may be translating line feeds or something like that. Anyone ever here of that?

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