Connecting a G-4 Macintosh tower to a Windows 2000 server?

Posted on 2003-03-13
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Last Modified: 2010-04-01
Please somebody provide me details to the following?
Will the connection be more efficient if a Domain is created on the server that includes the MAC workstation?
Can the MAC co-exist within the same domain as the Windows 98 and Windows NT workstation?
Currently a workgroup is set up on the Server with no active directory.
What are the steps must take to have a happy ending to the MAC / PC co-existence?
Question by:Nancycarchie
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wrong forum. post your question at MAC forum.

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