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How do I change the computers name in a Mac?
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Mac what? OS X? OS 9? The name for the network or just the name of the HD?

For OS X go to your Sharing control panel. For OS 9 go to your FIle Sharing control panel.
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I am not on site right now but its the name for the network it might be OS 9
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Ijust found out  its OS 9 and I need to change the computer name to put it in a Win2k Domain
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I found out how to rename it
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