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Connect and iPad to a Windows 2003 Domain?

I have a Windows 2003 domain, can I pull files off it to my iPad?
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
Please click on the link below, it might answer your question. Thank you.

Referred Link :
http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2575132
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
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ie0Author Commented:
Ibrahim,
It looks like this only allows you to browse files, it does con give you the ability to connect to the domain.
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
No it does have a sharing capability.
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
it is clearly mentioned, if i am not wrong.

---- PLEASE READ ----
Whilst FileBrowser only requires a computer name or IP address, username and password, configuring home computers to share files and folders isn't so easy. If you have any problems with this, please use our online troubleshooter and our guide documents, and if they don't get you connected please contact us.

FileBrowser is an essential app but it's not magic and it doesn't bypass network security. It will not be able to access your files on your home computer from a remote location without your computer being accessible FROM the Internet and SMB file sharing being enabled. Please see our web site for options on getting connected from a remote location.

¦ Connects using the CIFS/SMB protocol to "Windows 2000 and above", MacOS from 10.5 and most (but not all) NAS drives.
¦ Does NOT support AFP.
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
you need to enable SMB file sharing on Windows Server 2003
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
For more details, please visit the link below.

Solution :
http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20050302023720578
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
There is one user review :

Works Great
     
by Jslost

This works great for connecting to a Windows Server. Simply connect VPN, add server (by name) and your good to go...
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
Otherwise http://www.dropbox.com/ is an alternative solution. If you don't find it easy.
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
Did it worked, thanks for the points :)
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ie0Author Commented:
I haven't tried it yet, it will be a few days.
thanks,.
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
Well, i will be waiting for your reviews than. Thank you.
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