03-02-2009, 07:04 AM #1
iMac won't connect to MBP on home network
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- Mar 02, 2009
Good Morning - I have an iMac and a MacBook Pro at home on the same network. The iMac is connected by ethernet, the MBP by wireless. The MBP can see the iMac under the shared list in Finder. I can select and browse folders. The issue is on the iMac. I can see the MBP but when I try and connect it just hangs. Occasionally I do connect but all the folder I try and browse have a red circles and won't let me access.
I have tried deleting the com.apple.finder.plist file and logging out/logging in on both machines. This did not fix the problem. Any help is appreciated.
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