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Mac Drive & Windows Server 2003

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Dear All,

I want to put a external drive mac formatted on a windows server 2003 computer how can i access it with out any 3rd party software?

Lyon
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Unfortunately without the use of *any* 3rd party software at all this is not possible.
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Eoin OSullivan earned 500 total points
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OSX uses a different file format to the Windows Standard of NTFS.

The OSX file format standard is called HFS+ and IS NOT supported by Windows as dscl says.

There are a few 3rd Party applications which allow you to read HFS+ formatted volumes from Windows

HFS Explorer (Freeware) - http://hem.bredband.net/catacombae/hfsx.html
MacDrive ($50) - http://www.mediafour.com/products/macdrive/
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