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External Hard Drive on iMac want to connect via MacBook Pro


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I have an external hard drive connected to my iMac that I'd also like to connect to wirelessly on my macbook pro.

I tried using sharing so I set up the sharing for that drive/folder on the iMac but when I open the iMac via the macbook that drive does not show up in the list of shared folders.
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