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mac os x 10.9.5 slow  with windows server 2008

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Hi
I have the folowing problem.
I have a Corporate network with 2 windows Server 2008
The Windows computer doesn't have anyproblem. But the 4 MAc that ihave have the same problem, very slow to access the windows server share
The version of the mac os X is 10.9.5

Thanks for youre help

Axel
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are the Mac computers on the same subnet of the W2K8 server? if not, any router in the middle? if yes, are you able to do PING from the Mac to the W2K8 server? what's the latency result?
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yes it is in the same subnet.
I can have access to the file from the W2k8 server but very slow

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