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Sharing HFS+ drive through Win Xp Pro?

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Is there a way to share my HFS+ external HD through my network attached to a winxp pc? I dont want to be able to write or read through the WinXp, I just want it to be able to connect it to the network via firewire so my macbook can connect to it. I just dont wanna have the drive me connected to the macbook.
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