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Fix Cisco VPN driver problems
Authored by: awkohr on Jun 02, '05 01:30:00PM

Probably not if it is happening shortly after using afp.

The only kernel panics i have received using it are due to trying to use afp.

Shortly before my kernel panic I am connecting to another computer by entering in the connect to server dialog box only the computer name only, afp://machine_name.domain.xxx, using the browse method or any other way of connecting using apple file share protocol i received a kernel panic.

The only workaround for my kernel panics that I found was to use smb:// in the connect to dialog box. however the computer you are connecting to may not support it.




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