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I was previously able to connect a Windows 7 client to the local Mac OS X server without any issues. Then due to internet connection issues, the router had to be reset.

Since then the Windows 7 client has not been able to properly connect to the locacl Mac OS X server.

Within Windows Explorer and the Network and Sharing Center, the server shows up in the Network lists, but does not show any folders or files when I click to connect. There are no error messages appearing either.

Any ideas what I can do to resolve this?

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migrated from Sep 5 '11 at 23:06

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Windows 7 and later clients no longer support the Windows NT 4.0 PDC technology provided in Mac OS X Server v10.6 and earlier.


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