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How to enable Windows sharing - Windows file sharing for Macintosh

With AppleTalk network integration, both users of PC and Macintosh users can easily share files stored on a server. On a server running File Services for Macintosh, files are stored in shared folders or in Macintosh volumes. So, to enable Windows file sharing for Macintosh, you must install File Services for Macintosh on the Windows server and then create Macintosh volumes.

Note: All Macintosh-accessible volumes must be created on an NTFS partition or on a Compact Disc File System (CDFS) volume. If you specify a CDFS volume, the Macintosh-accessible volume will provide read-only access. (In this case, CDFS volume refers to a hard disk volume.)

1. Install File Services for Macintosh

2. Create shared folders for Macintosh users

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