With the release of OS X 10.7 Apple decided to develop their own version of the SMB-protocol, called SMBX. This resulted in compability problems, as accessing a Network Share, from a computer running OS X 10.7 or newer, that wasn’t hosted by a server running OS X Server, turned out to be really slow. And since it was believed that Apple’s AFP-protocol was deprecated, the only solutions were to either get a server running OS X Server or getting a third-party File Manager –...