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Summary

The Macintosh has always made it simple to share file information between computers. Mac OS X keeps the process simple but imposes some limitations that users might not be prepared for. At the same time, it opens up compatibility with Windows and Linux computers by adding SMB/CIFS and WebDAV support. In addition to the standard file sharing services, Mac OS X can be configured to act as an FTP or SSH server, making it possible to access information and control your computer from anywhere on the Internet.


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