In Finder, click on 'Go' and then on 'Connect to Server'. Trending: Microsoft ends Windows 7/8.1 updates Future of tech policy murky Azure had a rough night Google pulls virtual assistant ad Resources/White Papers Search network world Sign In | Register Hi! If you haven’t made any changes to the workgroup name on the Windows computer connected to your network, then you’re ready to go. Yes No Thanks - please tell us how to help you better.
Click to expand... Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion This technically makes you out of true spec for IP, but it does significantly speed things up when you have one of the cards afflicted by this issue. [ Reply to David A.
All being well you should now be able to see you entire home folder on your OS X system. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Ben Kei, Jan 26, 2004 Ben Kei macrumors regular Joined: Oct 30, 2002 Location: London UK #11 It I want to say that most of the things can be implemented on Jaguar too.. Windows NT was for networking.
Thank you for signing up. Send us an email b. In the toolbar, click “View status of this connection” (you may need to click >> to see all the toolbar options). It should tell you the computer name, and the workgroup/domain name in there.
The server on receiving the ACK is supposed to wait a specific amount of time, then answer the ACK. Enter the IP address you want to use. I have a feeling that either my router (a piece of junk from my ISP) or the Windows box were not handling the IPv6 negotiations properly... [robg adds: If anyone can Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email • Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email • Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email •
Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... Go to network control panel. Click 'Next' and browse the network to find the shared OS X folder.Get the latest news and reviews with the free TechRadar Windows Vista Sidebar gadgetSharing Windows folders with OS X This way, you can swap files directly between the two operating systems. 1 2 3 Current page: Page 1 Next Page Page 2 Related news You'll be able to play Super
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The FTP, SMTP, and NNTP services do not have IPv6 support in IIS 6.0. Try it, it worked for me. [ Reply to This | # ] Speed up network between OS X and Windows XP Authored by: bandrzej67 on Aug 30, '06 08:30:05AM Microsoft Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... getmaccertified 64,180 views 18:26 How to Share Files Between a Mac and a PC - Duration: 1:45.
For the names of user accounts available on the computer, enter “view basic information” in the search field next to the Start button, choose the Control panel result, then click “Manage Computing Forever 44,447 views 4:00 Mac OS X Core Networking and Network Troubleshooting - Duration: 18:26. First, click the Finder icon in OS X.
Set up sharing on a Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 computer To share a folder, right-click the folder’s icon, then choose “Share with.” Choose “Specific people,” then follow the Did you mean "Though" or "through"? For the Internet Protocol (IP) address, open the Network and Sharing Center, click View Network Connection, then select an active network connection. Why you shouldn't trust Geek Squad ever again The U.S.
I can't remember exactly what happens, but if there is a network colision, or some other issue on the network, the client is supposed to send an ACK to the 'server' For the Password ener the Windows password for that username. I'm tryingto help some PC network people become more mac friendly in a corporate world Thanks for the help share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Here's why.
I have to reboot the WinXP to restore normal network speed. You will now see a list of all your shared folders. Select one of the shared folders, and click the ‘OK’ button. If you would like your shared folders to be available whenever You can also add users to the 'Users' list and use the up and down arrows to define the access they will have to the folder.To mount the shared folder in Speed up network between OS X and Windows XP Mar 08, '05 08:57:00AM • Contributed by: Anonymous I recently started using my Windows XP desktop machine to store backups from my
Sorry There was an error emailing this page. If I initiate the same file transfer (Win-to-Mac) from the WinXP box, I get pitifully slow rates. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply mms, Jan 10, 2004 mms macrumors 6502a Joined: Oct 8, 2003 Location: CA #2 Just wondering, is there Related: PCs FireWire Windows XP As a network architect at Change at Work in Houston, Blass understands the strain of developing and managing networks.
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