We have a handful of Mac users on a Windows network. They are all trying to connect to a Windows 2008 file share. This was working without any issue until the file server was dropped from the network. We rejoined the file server to the network with the same IP address.
Now the Mac users can only access this file share the IP address but not the servers resolved name.
Unfortunately they use a software(Automated Engine) that will only let them access using the server's name so they cannot access any files in that software.
Any ideas or help would be appreciated. Please keep in mind I don't know much about the Mac world.
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