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II. Using Your Network > 6. Using the Network with Macintosh Computers

Chapter 6. Using the Network with Macintosh Computers

The first part of this book was all about setting up your home network: buying and installing routers and network adapters, getting all your Macs onto the Internet, and generally learning how to bask in the glory of being a home network maestro. Now that your Macs can communicate with the world at large, it’s time to learn how to get them talking to each other. This chapter walks you through how to configure your Macs so that you can copy files from one machine to another (just as you’d drag files between folders on your own Mac), store your own files on any Mac in the house (while preventing others from gaining access to your stuff), and share printers among all your computers.


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