Win2003 Server and Mac OS 10.4 clients

What is the best way to configure a 2003 Server to support a mix of PC users and Mac OS 10.4 clients? We are experiencing issues with user logins
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What kind of errors are you getting?  Do you have the appletalk installed on the server?
klwalshAuthor Commented:
AFP is installed on the server
users are being denied access to the volume shares, when previously they had access
files are occasionally getting corrupted (Quark files - we copy down locally to the server and return it when done working on it) - we don't work directly off the server
check the share permissions AND ntfs permissions, check if the folders are inheriting permiissions .....maybe somehwere above them permissionss have changed...
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