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    airport express HD sharing
    my aiport express has a USB port in it....if i connect a USB HD, will i be able to share it with all the computers in my house? it works with a usb printer...
    i know this can be done on the new airport extremes...so can it be done on an express?
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    the "old" airport extremes have a USB print server port -- these will not work to network a HDD. As I understand it, to share a network HDD, you'd need a network drive (a standard HDD in a Network Accessed Storage ("NAS") enclosure). You'd connect this to your Airport Extreme via the ethernet port on the Airport (meaning you'd lose the capability to connect a computer to ethernet port).

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