Why no SMB/CIFS browser in OS X?
I don't know about everyone else but I think it's strange there is no SMB/CIFS browser built into OS X. I know you can connect to SMB shares through the finder but that's hardly efficient for the faint of heart. Apple should include a "Network Neighborhood" type utility in OS X to make integration with Windoze networks easier. After all, it's all about getting people to use the platform. I recently purchased a Ti Powerbook and love OS X but I find there are some seemingly gaping holes if you aren't on a pure Mac network. No one needs to flame me about saying there are holes, it's just my opinion. I think the inclusion of a network browser utility would help Apple in their struggle to get more Mac's into the Enterprise. What does everyone else think?