Hi everyone! So I've upgraded to Mavericks, and everything seems to be working fine so far.... except one very important thing: SMB shares. Sort of. Let me walk you through what is happening: So I go to connect to a file server like I normally do in Finder via Go > Connect To Server. I enter smb://pdxchief/pdxdata/ as I want to connect to a volume on a server. Here is what appears: Note that under 'SHARED' the newly connected drive is pdxchief... NOT pdxdata. Also note the weird pdxchief(SAMBA)... this does not appear upon connection but rather is a permanent fixture in my sidebar that won't go away. Clicking on it connects me to pdxchief as a 'Guest' instead of my username and disconnects me if I click off of it. Anywho, that's not the big issue (although I would like that to go away). Here's the big issue. Let's say I click off of the pdxdata window to view my Documents... then try to get back to pdxdata by clicking on the real pdxchief button with the eject sign. Here's what happens: It's blank... and it stays blank. To get back to pdxdata, I have to click the eject and/or disconnect in the black bar buttons, wait for an inordinate amount of time, close the finder window, reopen finder, and reconnect via Go > Connect To Server. It's quite annoying. Any thoughts/advice? Or is this likely a bug with the new SMB2 implementation? Thanks!