Mac , Win95,NT Integration
I have an Heterogeneous network of Mac, Win95
NT. I have made an NT server to serve file sharing to Mac. I but each and every systems in my network (including Macs) should be able to access file sharing as well as printer & scanner. How do i make win95 to share files with each & every mac....?
please give me some solution to:
umesh: I am unfamiliar with mac's except for what I learned studying for MS's Net Essentials test most of which I promptly forgot. But from what I do remember maybe you can install apple talk protocol(or MS's version) on the W95 machines. Are you running services for macintosh on the NT box? If you are seems to me all the machines on the network would be able to see each other. Like I said No experience w/Macs.
Hope this helps
edit~ Straight from MS: "With Services for Macintosh, a Windows NT server becomes available to Macintosh clients. This product makes it possible for MS-DOS-based and Macintosh clients to SHARE FILES AND PRINTERS(the caps are mine JBS). Services for Macintosh includes AppleTalk Protocol versions 2.0 and 2.1, LocalTalk,EtherTalk,TokenTalk, and FDDITalk. In addition, Services for Macintosh supports version 5.2 or later of the LaserWriter printer."
[This message has been edited by sourjon (edited 06-07-99).]
I am a little rusty on Mac's but I don't think win95 and macs can share files in native mode. NT4 supports Mac but not W9X. Newer MAC OS may change this. My last Mac OS was system 7 which is several years out of date. I seem to remember some third party software from "Connectx", a company with a lot of Mac-PC solutions that I am probably not spelling correctly.
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