Shared folder performance with AutoProtect Enabled vs Disabled
Host of shared folder is an physical Windows 2003 Server Standard 32bit with 4GB RAM.
Mac clients use a shared folder on this server for storing images. There are about 10,000 images (generally, JPG, TIF and RAW) per folder within a number of folders inside the share.
If we Disable Symantec Endpoint Protection, the folder contents display within a few seconds. When enabled, the folder content listing appears to timeout but some reports indicate contents will eventually appear after some minutes.
Shoud I disable Auto Protect for this server/folder and instead schedule scans nightly (can you point me at instructions on how I go about this from the console)?
What are the recommended steps for dealing with this kind of issue?