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MacBook Pro - "nmbd" trying to connet, "netbios"


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Everytime I turn on my MBP, Little Snitch warns me that a program called "nmbd" is trying to connect, something about netbios. What exactly is this, and should I deny it or allow it?

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Bump!

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