<br>Just thought I'd pass this on. I have a customer that needs to create files on a non Network Mac, (IT won't do it) then get the files to a PC laptop with no CD player, to email them out on the local corporate network. It seems that there is some problem with copying files to a PC format Zip disk with the Resource fork being split off the files and the files being corrupted, like the SMB problems.<br><br>It seems the same trick as overcoming the SMB problem works with Zip disks. If you put the file/s into a folder and copy the folder all is well.<br><br>
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