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Accessing Exchange 2007 from your Apple Macintosh (Part 1)
 
The various methods of accessing Exchange 2007 from Apple Mac OS X.
Added: 09/14/2007, Hits: 2,149, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Distributing Wi-Fi and 802 1X Client Settings
 
In this article the author discusses some solutions to help distribute and configure Wireless clients in WPA2-Enterprise with 802.1X authentication implementations.
Added: 01/06/2012, Hits: 2,203, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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IPv6 multicast background traffic (Part 6) - Apple's Bonjour
 
In this article the author discusses Apple's Bonjour.
Added: 12/16/2011, Hits: 667, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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IPv6 multicast background traffic (Part 7) - iChatter and the Future of Zero Config
 
In this article we'll go over examples of how Apple utilizes Bonjour in its products.
Added: 01/06/2012, Hits: 580, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Mac Internet Sharing Solutions
 
Discusses some of the various options for sharing an internet connection between Macs.
Added: 09/24/2002, Hits: 1,076, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Mac Network Setup Options
 
This tutorial provides information on how to set up a Mac on various network types including: switched ethernet, crossover ethernet, Airport wireless, LocalTalk-to-Ethernet, LocalTalk Serial and more.
Added: 06/14/2005, Hits: 1,303, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Mac Networking Basics
 
This MacTip is intended to be an introduction to Macintosh networking. There are literally hundreds of combinations of software, hardware, protocols, cabling and terminology that can be used in networking. This MacTip covers the information that most people would need to get started in creating a small home or office network.
Added: 08/10/2002, Hits: 1,227, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Mac TCP/IP setup
 
Explains how to configure TCP/IP settings with open transport 1.2.
Added: 09/24/2002, Hits: 1,628, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Macs and PCs together
 
Explains how to share files and printers between PCs and Macs.
Added: 09/24/2002, Hits: 1,567, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Network Wiring: Bridging LocalTalk and Ethernet
 
There's a problem when you need to put both a new iMac or Power Mac G3 Pro and an old LaserWriter or Mac Plus on the same network. The newest Macs are ethernet only. The older Macs, LocalTalk only.
Added: 05/12/2000, Hits: 1,348, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Sharing a LocalTalk-ready Printer
 
If you have an LocalTalk-ready printer, connection to an LocalTalk network is straightforward, requiring only a LocalTalk adapter and some phone line. This tutorial will show you how.
Added: 06/14/2005, Hits: 958, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Sharing an Apple-made Printer
 
Before Apple left the printer market a few years ago, they made three printer lines, the LaserWriter, StyleWriter, and ImageWriter series. Each series had several models, some including network support and some not. You can still share many of the "not" models, however, by using a hardware or software network adapter. This tutorial will show you how.
Added: 06/14/2005, Hits: 1,054, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Sharing an Ethernet-ready Printer
 
If you have an Ethernet-ready printer, connection to an Ethernet network is straightforward on a Mac. This tutorial will show you how.
Added: 06/14/2005, Hits: 891, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Sharing an Internet Connection
 
Connecting more than one computer to a home Internet connection is increasingly common and not that difficult to do. There are a variety of products that share Internet connections, both hardware devices and software programs. This tutorial will explain the various options.
Added: 06/14/2005, Hits: 1,013, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Sharing Non-Apple Serial Printers
 
When a printer lacks LocalTalk or Ethernet support and connects to a Mac using a serial (printer) cable, I refer to it as a serial printer. There are ways to share some Apple-brand serial printers on a network, but your options get murkier with printers from other companies. This page lists some existing options by printer maker and also points the way to finding more specific info for your own printer.
Added: 06/14/2005, Hits: 853, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Sharing Your USB Printer
 
Most consumer printers produced in the last few years connect using a USB cable, which means you can use the Mac OS USB Printer Sharing software to share the printer with other Macs on the same network.
Added: 06/14/2005, Hits: 931, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Trench Tales (Part 3) - Apple in the Enterprise
 
The third article in this series of real-world stories deals with managing Apple devices in Windows-centric environments.
Added: 06/15/2012, Hits: 569, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Using the Internet Configuration System
 
Use IC to access common Internet-related user settings.
Added: 05/12/2000, Hits: 988, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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