File Services for Macintosh on Win2K and Win3K


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Doug MacFarlane

I have a Win3K (and a Win2K box as well) running File
Services for Macintosh. It's working fine. I can share
the local drives no problem.

On this system, I mount an SMB share from another Win3K
host that isn't, and won't, run File Services for
Macintosh. I would like to make this share available to
Macintosh clients.

But File Services for Macintosh won't publish this share.

Is this possible? Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks

Doug MacFarlane
(e-mail address removed)
 
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William M. Smith

I have a Win3K (and a Win2K box as well) running File
Services for Macintosh. It's working fine. I can share
the local drives no problem.

On this system, I mount an SMB share from another Win3K
host that isn't, and won't, run File Services for
Macintosh. I would like to make this share available to
Macintosh clients.

But File Services for Macintosh won't publish this share.

Is this possible? Am I doing something wrong?
Hi Doug!

To the best of my knowledge File Services for Macintosh can only publish
volumes on local drives and not mounted connections.

This feature can be found in Unix environments and probably some others.

Hope this helps! bill
 

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