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Map Mac drive instead of the User folder


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I am aware that you can connect from a Windows machine to a Mac OS X.3.7 (on TCP/IP) via Start > Run > \\machine ip
The issue is whether or not it is possible to map the whole mac harddrive (i.e. Mac HD) instead of the user folder option which pops up?

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