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Set Windows Server 2003 to allow Mac connections
Authored by: beranek on Aug 03, '06 02:33:30PM
This hint works. For security it's better to use Admitmac from Thursby software,
or here is Microsoft's knowledgebase data:
http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/library/1a2546ce-b45a-4a2d-a0c9-082e444f1fe81033.mspx?mfr=true

One comment. Setting up copiers such as lanier, xerox, cannon, etc., to
function as scanners with delivery to a network share also requires this
exact same fix. Or works just fine to a macintosh share, which is due to
the copiers using SMB authentication to accesss the network share.

So if you require the increased security as above, but need to scan files
through a copier to a file, it's better to set the share up from a macintosh than
from a Windows 2003 server. Then just move it along to where it needs to go.


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