Find information to help you interoperate Macintosh and Windows environments.

 

Highlights

Services for Macintosh for Windows Server 2003

Services for Macintosh lets x86-based and Apple Macintosh clients share files and printers and remotely connect to a Microsoft network.

 

Services for Macintosh Best Practices

Read Windows Server TechCenter best practices for deploying and managing Services for Macintosh (SFM)


Services for Macintosh for Windows Server 2000

Windows 2000 Services for Macintosh provides an integration platform for mixed Windows 2000-based and Macintosh-based networks and makes it possible for Macintosh clients to share files and printers.

 

How to Create a Macintosh-Accessible Volume

Read this topic in the Windows 2000 Server product documentation to learn how to create a folder that an Apple Macintosh system can access.

 

How to Install Microsoft Authentication on a Macintosh

Find steps to install the Microsoft User Authentication Module (UAM), which provides a more secure logon session by sending an encrypted password, rather than a straight text password, across the network.

 

Mactopia Compatibility Center

Visit the Mactopia site to find information and resources on compatibility between Windows and Mac platforms.