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How can I configure a Windows 2008 64-bit server for apple services

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How do I configure a Windows 2008 64-bit file server for apple services?
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With Windows Server 2003, you could have install Services for Macintosh (SFM).  However, that support has been dropped from Window Server 2008 due to the fact that Macs have been using IP for a while and support the use of SMB.

Can you Apple clients make SMB connections (smb://[Server's FQDN]/[Share])?
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I haven't tried to connect a MAC yet.  I'm just trying to figure out 2008, first (planning stages).  I'll try later today, to see.
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