[Hidden-tech] Mac on a windows network

Rikk Desgres all at pinehurstpictures.com
Thu Jul 26 11:13:09 EDT 2007


Sharing a Mac on a Window network with only the internal drive lets you
share only the drop box. The standard Mac has high built in security, so
it¹s tightly buttoned up. Unless you have a Mac server you must use software
like ³SharePoints² to open up some shared folders. It basically turns your
standard Mac into a server. You have to know a little about networking, but
it¹s pretty simple to set up.

Rikk Desgres
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on 7/25/07 8:21 PM, Reva Reck at reva at revareck.com wrote:

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> Does anyone know about putting a Mac on a windows-based network either as part
> of a domain or a workgroup? I need to let windows users access files & a
> printer on the mac. If this is complicated, my client can pay for some
> consulting time. I don't want to get into a whole Win vs. Mac thing here.
> There's one Mac user - the graphics guy - on an existing Win 2003 & XP
> network.  Thanks, Reva

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