We've recently upgraded our system to Snow Leopard. Prior to that, after booting up, Finder would show an icon representing the each of our shared network drives. Access to these was no different from opening a file in one of the home drives. Now, with this 'upgrade', finder shows only the I.P. address of the network. When attempting to access a file, there is a significant delay while the system appears to try and re-establish the link. Sometimes the folder structure is shown with missing 'branches' while this link is being established. Does anyone know if it's possible to overcome this, or is it yet another 'feature' of Snow Leopard that we have to learn to live with?