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Done! Thanks for pointing that out Pulse-8.

It is a few hours later and I am *still* giddy that this worked so easily. Admitedly I am an engineer, and good technology that works well really does it for me. But, quite aside from that, as a longtime Windows and then Linux user, I can't tell you how many hours (maybe days) I have wasted trying to get networked devices to work together. It is *always* a painful and difficult undertaking.

To be able to install the software and have it just work is nothing short of amazing. This is what networking should be like. It is another one of those transcending moments when it is once more crystal clear that Apple really is as good as all the hype - it really is better!

What can I say except - WELL DONE APPLE!

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