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Lesson 9. Accessing Network Services > Accessing File Services

Accessing File Services

One of the strengths of Mac OS X is its ability to easily access networked file services provided by a variety of different operating systems. In addition to accessing Mac OS X Server computers, Mac OS X is able to access files stored on Windows and UNIX file servers and allow applications to work with the files on the servers as easily as working with files stored on local volumes. This allows Mac OS X computers to be integrated into mixed-computer networks.


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