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I have same problem, had it on 10.6.8 and now on 10.11. The cause is twofold: for one, share is supposed to unmount (e.g. on sleep), but it cannot because it is being (flagged as) used, so it dies and what is left is a folder in /Volumes which you could sometimes just delete and then remount. However in 10.11 it is invisible in Finder AFTER the share dies (...


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It is an issue with Apples smb implementation. They used to use Samba but because of licensing issues they have now created their own smb client. There are two solutions you can choose from: Configure the server to play nice with Apple's smb (if you have access to the server). You can do this by enabling the vfs_fruit module in samba. Replace Apple's ...


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The problem is caused by Apples home made implementation of the smb protocol. Using smb3 won't make a difference. Server-Side Fix If you have control of the smb server (Samba?) then you can fix this issue by enabling the vfs_fruit module. If you are not using Samba then you'll need to find another way to enable "Alternate Data Streams" (ADS) and ...


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The problem is caused by Apples home made implementation of the smb protocol. Using smb3 won't make a difference. Server-Side Fix If you have control of the smb server (Samba?) then you can fix this issue by enabling the vfs_fruit module. If you are not using Samba then you'll need to find another way to enable "Alternate Data Streams" (ADS) and ...



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