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Everytime I connect my mac to the shared files on my computer it leaves these .DS_Store files everywhere I browse.  I imagine they are somewhat like Thumbnails.db  Anyway to prevent it from doing this on network shares? Thanks
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From the horse's mouth: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1629
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Thanks.  Very interesting in the Wikipedia article about the digital photoframes issue
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