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allowing 2 Mac's to a folder on SBS2003

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Hey,

I have an SBS2003 system with 9 XP SP3 clients, however I've just taken on 2 graphic designers and I've supplied them with 2 MAC's...

They are using the network and they connect via DHCP on the SBS system.

My main question is how do I allow them access to one folder on my server, (its just for sharing the designs after the macs have done them, then my PC's use them....

I only want one folder for them to use, and no authorisation etc....

Any ideas?
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