Posted by: macintoshsisters | March 4, 2008

Including Your Macintosh in Your Home Network

One scenario you may encounter in a home network is the need to connect a Macintosh computer to a non-Apple-based network. If you’re running OS X on your Mac, it can join your network easily, with no add-ons or extra software required.

Getting on a Windows network
To connect to your Windows PCs or file servers, simply go the OS X Finder and then select Go –> Connect to Server (Command-K). In the dialog box that appears, you can type the IP address or host name of the server you’re connecting to and then click the Connect button. Alternatively, click the Browse button in the dialog box to search your local network for available servers and shares.

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