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hi

anybody on the forum any good with idisk i'm getting nowhere
with apple, my knowledge is also very limited.

heres the scenario i've mounted the disk ok onto the desktop
no problems there.

i can access it on the desktop and get into all the folders. but i want to access it from the web? using mac user name etc

i beleive you go to finder, go, idisk etc but each time i can't access
any advice would help

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Well in panther it seems to be:

Finder-> Go -> iDisk -> Other User's iDisk

and then enter name and password.

Is that what you're doing?
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Well in panther it seems to be:

Finder-> Go -> iDisk -> Other User's iDisk

and then enter name and password.

Is that what you're doing?
yeh tried all that think i've found a mega problem
says mac trial has expired - but it hasnt have got on to apple
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I have an accoiunt with .mac and the idisk icon has been on my desktop ever sense Is there as way to make that not show up on screen?

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