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OS 10.5 - File sharing and idle sleep?


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I am planning on transferring a large amount of files from one Mac running OS 10.4 to one running OS 10.5 via my wireless network using the file-sharing option on both computers. Will turning the file-sharing options on disable idle-sleep for both computers so the transfer can be completed properly? Thanks in advance for your help!
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Huh, I guess file-sharing does disable sleep:

"How can I determine what is causing a sleep issue and resolve it?

As mentioned above, these are the most likely causes and solutions for sleep issues:

* Sharing preferences: Enabling sharing for any connections can potentially disable sleep. Turn off file sharing if it's not being used."

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1776
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