I use an application called "SyncTwoFolders" to sync between my iMac & MacBookPro.
This has been working really well for my situation.
About a week ago I did what seemed a major update to Mac OSX.
Since then I've been unable to connect to the MacBookPro and get the following message:
All the applicable folders have full sharing enabled. The MacBook appears in the iMac tree but won't allow a connection.
Could someone please steer me toward regaining this connection?
Edit: I've checked the IP address as suggested but what do I do then?
"Assuming" you can open Finder and browse to the shared folder, with a 3rd party application, best bet is going to be contacting the developer of the application.
Thanks for the reply.
That message is from simply trying to connect to the MacBook in iMac's Finder.
At that point I haven't even started SyncTwoFolders.
It's like the MacBook is refusing to share even though shares are set as read-write.
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