There you go.
Volume in drive Q is AHR-RAID
Volume Serial Number is 0000-0000
Directory of Q:\AudioTest
19/11/2012 20:31 <DIR> .
19/11/2012 19:29 <DIR> ..
19/11/2012 19:33 614 Audwall.ini
19/11/2012 19:37 300,000 Carts1.lst
19/11/2012 19:33 300,000 Carts10.lst
19/11/2012 19:34 26,999,700 Carts11.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts2.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts3.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts4.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts5.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts6.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts7.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts8.lst
19/11/2012 19:32 300,000 Carts9.lst
19/11/2012 19:37 112 MYR00001.INF
19/11/2012 19:37 12,507,814 MYR00001.wav
19/11/2012 19:37 68 MYR00002.INF
19/11/2012 19:37 658,248 MYR00002.wav
19/11/2012 19:37 <DIR> PeakFiles
19/11/2012 19:32 5,376 SharedICs.ic3
19/11/2012 19:32 <DIR> Thumbs
17 File(s) 43,171,932 bytes
4 Dir(s) 1,539,696,631,808 bytes free
For some reason, I was assuming that you were upgrading to Mountain Lion. Did you actually switch from some other system?
DOS does not expand wildcards like other shells. It doesn't expand them at all. It is up to the individual programs to do the expansion. Apparently DOS just passed the wildcard on to the file system, which is going to follow UNIX rules for wildcard expansion. So, get rid of the ".*".
We actually switched from Windows server 2003 which was running on a really old box with physical disks in a raid array to the Mac Mini with Pegasus Raid. Most of our requirements have been met and the file sharing is working fine, but this one thing is causing a very minor problem.
We use a propritary application and after being able to replicate the crash when moving or copying these files within the program, I looked at procmon in windows and saw that the application itself was performing a lookup on MYR00002*.* which lead me to replicate that behaviour at the command line.
So, unless I can get SMB to respond to *.* queries I may need to report this to the application developers, although I'm not sure they'd support it because they recommend windows through and through.
This function is rarely used in the application so it isn't a show stopper, but would complete our migration away from windows servers.