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Hi!

I need to move files from my Macintosh LCIII running
System Software 7.1 to my NT 4 Workstation.

Thanks,
Matt
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You have to intall Service for Macintosh on your NT 4 Workstation. If you
have your MAC connected to NT via ethernet you should no be able to
mount Volumes and directories of your NT on the Mac where you can
move your files.

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by:mattgoss
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I can't seem to find Service for Macintosh.
I went into Network under Control Panel, and told it
to add a service, but it wasn't in the list, and i told
it to look on my NT CD, but it didn't find it there either.

Thanks again,
Matt

mattgoss@pobox.com


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