AppleTalk (AFP) is no longer supported by Windows Server 2008 unless you purchase a 3rd party application (ExtremeZ-IP).
You should still be able to connect using SMB share provided that you have created the Windows share already. (i.e smb://servername/sharename). This this 2008 server is clustered and the SMB share is hosted on the cluster resource, you may have to use the port number to connect in order to see the share properly (smb://servername:139/sharename). There are several MAC users that complain about slow performance when connecting to the SMB share vs the AFP share when editing graphics files from it though.
I recently upgraded my server from Windows 2003 to windows 2008 and found out that my mac OS9.0 cannot connect to the win 2008 server.
I was able to connect to Win 2003 with the use of AppleTalk protocol previously but with win 2008, I cannot locate appleTalk.
Can you help me on how I can connect my mac to win 2008 or vista?