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I have a windows 2008 server x64  (TSApp) server that is displaying a very weird behavior.
There is a shared company folder and when anyone including the administrator clicks on the folder in explorer only the fiisrt 20 or so folders display...and the address bar above scrolls across.  If i open a cmd prompt i can see all the folders and their contents but in explorer they are not all there.  This is severly impacting performance.  
Please help.

Brian
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It turns out that it was symantec endpoint 11x....  uninstalled and the world opened back up.
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