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missing 1 cifs share

I am running oes 11.2 on top of sles 11.3 and am having a problem with a cifs share. This server was setup with 4 cifs shares tied to the 4 nss volumes stored on the server. One of the shares no longer shows up. The underlying volume is still there and can be accessed directly on the server and with the the netware client. All four were setup with imanager creating the nss volumes and the cifs shares coming along for the ride.
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