My Mac shares a NAS drive with two other Windows computers. All computers can access the NAS drive, however, the problem arises when I transfer photos (via card reader attached to my Mac) to the NAS drive. Normally, I would open up the NAS drive in Finder and create a new folder for the new photos. As soon as the CF card (in the card reader) appears on my Mac's desktop I would transfer the files from the card over to the new folder on the NAS. Sounds simple, but for some reason, those newly transferred files do no appear on the Windows machines when they try to access that particular folder! The Windows machines can see the new folder, but none of its contents. What gives? According to the manufacturer of the NAS drive (QNAP) "there's a known issue that AFP transmission will cause the folder/file not to be seen" and "to avoid this problem, we'll suggest that to use the same transmission protocol in a folder. (Ex. avoid to use AFP & SMABA to the same folder)". I guess I am using AFP to transfer the files from the card to the NAS, so the question is, is there another way to transfer the files so the Windows machines can automatically see the files? Thanks in advance!