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I'm trying to connect my Mac OS 9 Client to the 2003 server. I have disabled the Microsoft  network client: Digitally Sign Communications (always) for both server and client but still no avail. Yes i have rebooted the server after making the changes. I've installed the mac sharing on the server and it worked fine with my Mac OS X.
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It is for file sharing purposes FYI
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When i set up file sharing as machintosh sharing, i already have this folder in my c: Microsoft UAM Volume... This folder can be seen and accessed by my MAC OS X but not Mac OS 9. I've been through most of the sites and done searches through Google but still cannot find a suitable solution.

Is there any files that i need to install to the mac? i know about the win95, u need ie 5.5 then the dsclient thingy.. does this apply to mac os9?

thanx.
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The link I posted provides download of Microsoft's UAM client, which you can install to Mac.
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