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Chapter 26. Building and Using a Network > Configuring the Services on a Networ...

Configuring the Services on a Network

As you learned in Table 26.1, Mac OS X supports a large number of network services. To access these services, you must configure each machine that will be using them. This involves configuring the particular machine that will be providing those services (the server) and then enabling access to those services on various machines on the network that will be accessing those services (the clients).

Explaining how to configure each of the possible services is beyond the scope of this book. However, learning about some examples of services you are likely to use will enable you to configure the others.


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