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Hi guys,

I have mac os/x and I have managed join a windows server 2003 domain.  My only problem now is that i cannot see any shares on the server even though i can access the server successfully.  Is there anything i need to do on the windows side of things?

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On The Windows server you need to add files services for MAC.

Go to the target server and load the Control panel
Add/remove program
select Windows Components
Go to Other Network File and Print Services and select File Services for Macintosh and click ok.
You might need to do some config in there, but that should do the trick
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