Mac OS9 client selectively not connecting to Windows 2000 server

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Hi, I have OS9.2 clients which are having some kind of TCP/IP issue connecting to one of our Win2k DCs. Appletalk is working fine (printers are available, the server name can be resolved) but the authentication (TCP/IP stage) times out. No changes have been made to security on the server (clear text passwords) and the only change made was an upgrade to the AV software on the server. I've seen descriptions of this problem elsewhere but no resolution. Any ideas?
ASKED: September 30, 2004  6:57 AM
UPDATED: October 4, 2004  4:13 AM

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There is an extensive article here:

http://www.macwindows.com/Win2000.html

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  • Cptrelentless
    Yes, seems Symantec's antivirus 9 is the culprit, although their techies are not informed about it - apparently the POP3-SMTP mail trap interferes with the Apple File Transfer protocol somehow. Of course, they didn't have that in the previous versions so this is a new issue.
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