I have set up a failover-clustered file share on a pair of Windows Server 2008 R2 Machines. This setup is working very well with all of the Windows clients that I know of, as well as with Macs running 10.6 Snow Leopard. However, the Macs on our network that are running 10.5 Leopard are not connecting as they should.
I don't expect that the failover-clustered part of the equation is causing any issues, but I thought that in the off chance that it may be causing issues, to include it here to provide a hint to whoever is willing to help.
When a machine running Leopard attempts to connect, it trys for a bit, then asks for the username and password to connect with (as expected). The username and password are entered (correctly), and almost immediately it comes back with the message
A volume failed to mount. The volume "Home" could not be mounted.
When that box is dismissed, it continues to attempt to connect for a short time, then it comes up with this
A couple of Google searches have not come up with anything (for me) about
Error code -6602.
Any ideas what this error may be, and/or how I should go about fixing it?