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Part: VII Server Health > Accessing and Serving a Windows Network

Chapter 30. Accessing and Serving a Windows Network

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There's no denying it. There's no ignoring it. We live in a world dominated by Windows-based computers. Granted, this dominance will last only a few more years until the current generation of Unix-heads (Mac OS X users included!) take over. In the meantime, despite the example set by the opposition, it's still a good idea to play nice with Windows computers.

This chapter will introduce three pieces of software—Samba, Sharity, and the Mac OS X Finder—for Mac OS X that will help your computer exchange files over a Windows network, and even take the place of a Windows NT server for file and print sharing. Best of all, you can do everything from within the familiar Mac OS X interface.


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