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Hello,

I am just setting up my home network. I currently have an iMac, Mac Mini and MacBook Pro. I am using a airport utility.

What I would like to do is store all my files on the MyCloud EX 4. Such as Documents, Desktop, Downloads and Fonts. I would like it so that the folders listed above stored on the MyCloud EX4 would be the same folders on each of my computers. Is this possible to do? I would also like my fonts folder to come from the MyCloud Ex4 so then the fonts are the same across all 3 computers. Could someone please point me in the right direction.

What I would also like to have is when the laptop leaves the network and I go somewhere else I can still view my files.

I hope this makes sense. Please ask questions if you need too.

Thanks,
Jarred
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