Here's the deal - My desktop is running Lion. It has 3 internal drives - The Lion drive, a Windows 7 drive, and a Storage drive which has one HFS+ partition for Mac backups, and one NTFS partition for media/movies/etc. My MBP is running SL 10.6.8. I'm trying to get it set up so my MBP can access any one of the three drives without problems. I just installed NTFS for Mac 9.0 (which includes Lion support) on my Lion comp, thinking that not having NTFS write abilities on the Lion machine was the problem. Unfortunately, no matter what I do, I cannot connect to the NTFS drives from my MBP. I can see them as connected, but whenever I try to access them, it says "There was an error connecting to the server, check the IP address again, blah blah." On the Lion machine, both drives are added to the list of shared folders, and each has the proper permissions. Furthermore, the NTFS drives are only visible in the list of servers when I use smb to connect from my MBP. When my desktop used to run SL, I could use AFP and it would show the NTFS drives regardless. Any way to change that? Is this a conflict between SL and Lion? Or something else? Additionally, when I installed NTFS for Mac, after adding the NTFS storage drive to the list of shared folders, it suddenly created a new user called "Unknown User," which I cannot remove. Is there any way to get rid of this? Thanks in advance!