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Connecting Macintosh client to Win2k Server

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Anyone has idea about how to connect mac client to Windows 2000 server? I am new to macintosh and dont know from where to start. I have added Apple talk protocol on the server. ( are there any other services to add on server?) I want to put a network drive on the Macintosh..Please help in detail to get it done...

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In server 2000, you need to install the mac services under the properties of networking.  Then you need to set up an apple sharewhich I believe is under the server area on control panel.  Then you should be able to see the 2000 serer and map to it.  there are 2 diffrent logon methods, I reccomend installing the UAM from microsoft that is a dfault share of the server once mac services are installed.
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Hi Basheerpt,

Maybie this can help (it is for NT4, but I quess the changes are not so big), or I'm shure there is similar information for win 2000 too.

http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windowsnt/4/server/proddocs/en-us/network/xns18.mspx

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Hi
Thanks for the replies..But, Thepilo, I could not find any macintosh services under networkwork properties. If I click 'install' and choose 'services' I can only see 'QOS packet scheduler' and SAP Agent! am I missing something? I am using windows 2000 Server. Under the protocol, I can see 'Appletalk'. No other services related to Macintosh.

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Thanks to all who aided me..its done now..:)
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