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Setting up a Mac on a Win 2000 server

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Hi all!

Can anyone provide me with a step by step tutorial on how to set up a Macintosh laptop on a Windows 2000 domain? I have never used a Mac before, so I need to be spoon feeded. This is a network with 5 PC's running Win 2000 Pro, and a Dell Poweredge server running Win 2000 server.

I need to configure a user account, file and printer sharing and configure a Internet access for the Mac. The network uses ADSL with router for Internet access. The network has static IP adresses.

So I need help to configure both the server and the Mac.

I really hope someone can provide som help!
Please let me know if this issue should have been posted somewhere else....

Regards
Jorn
Oslo, Norway
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Commented:
Check this out:
http://www.microsoft.com/mac/products/win2ksfm/default.asp#sfminfo

Hope it will help, Chris.
Commented:
You will have to load "Services For Macintosh" on your Win2K server and create a user account for your Mac user. After that you follow those info to configure your Mac pc.
http://www.microsoft.com/mac/products/win2ksfm/default.asp#sfminfo
Hope this will help, Chris.
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