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Mac to a dell

Ok my boss has a mac and i have a dell, i can see his com but i cant get on it. I need to be able to get on his quick books with out being on his comp. can someone help me with this problem?

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Hello Mel0702,

Here is a link that should help you set up file sharing between your PC and your boss's Mac.

http://www.mac-connect.com/win_mac_samba.php

Sincerely,

Agent Xiong

Posted on May 06, 2008

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