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7582 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 22, 2008 3:56 PM by Ron Shaffer
Currently Being ModeratedJan 22, 2008 2:17 PM (in response to Ron Shaffer)If you just want to do this on your home network, wired or wireless, and you've already enabled file sharing, you're done.
Just hit command/k to Connect To Server, then hit browse.
Your MacPro should show up.
Double click on the icon, and since you have Leopard, you have a choice of connecting as a guest, or as a registered user; choose the Connect As button, and the first time, you'll have to type your administrator password, and check the Remember Password In My Keychain box.
Now you'll get a choice of volumes, or drives, to mount on your MacBook's desktop.
You should be able to use the new Screen Sharing feature, too, which lets you see and control the MacPro remotely.
To see the Mac Pro in the left side of the finder window, you'll need to go to Finder Preferences, and check the Connected Servers box.MacPro 2.66GHz/12 GB RAM/4 WD RE2 500 GB/X1900XT/2 SuperDrives, Mac OS X (10.5.1), Sonnet Tempo E4P/2 Sonnet Fusion 500P/10 WD RE2 500GB/Matrox MXO/30" + 23" ACDs