With any luck, you should see your Mac from here. Dukto makes local file sharing simple, regardless of operating system. Install this program on your Mac and your Windows computer and you can quickly send files from one computer to the other. If even this seems too complicated, there are plenty of simple file sharing apps for Mac 4 Best Apps for Sharing Large Files Instantly 4 Best Apps for Sharing Large Files Instantly With these apps, sharing large files with someone in a split second will be the easiest thing you've ever done.
Sharing From Your Windows Computer To Your Mac
Not to mention the fact that these services always come with a storage Read More might be superior to file sharing. With the above information you should have no problem sharing files from one kind of computer to another. Let me know how it goes in the comments below, along with any other cross-platform file sharing tips you might have.
Your email address will not be published. I made a shared folder that has all permissions and from my windows I can acces files and write in the folder but on mac i camt open them because of permissions Would apreciate some helo thanks.
I was able to set up and transfer files. The Properties says it is not shared and when I try to share it again, it says the folder cannot be shared. What am I doing wrong here? I figured it out Justin. It's shared already, so don't need to share it all the time when I am trying to access it.
I was able to connect to it from the Finder Menu. I was able to follow your instructions to set up sharing on my Mac and connect from Windows. I tried creating a Dropbox write only folder and the Windows user can't log in to that at all.
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Any suggestions? And did you log in from the Windows side using that user? Thanks for your note. I can read, but not write. I think I figured it out -- I shared a folder with a lot of folders I need within it. I have read access to everything, but write access only to the top-level folder that was explicitly shared. I'm not sure why the Dropbox I tried to make didn't work, since that was a single folder, but I'll call that user error of some kind.
By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Learn more. Skip to main content. TigerMO53 Created on February 24, This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Len Flier Replied on September 29, In reply to PilotBob's post on September 1, Problem Solved! PilotBob's suggestion did the trick for me. When trying to access the new machines I kept getting an alert box telling me of a login failure and asking me to enter my username and password.
Despite having identical accounts on all my machines, I could not login to the new OSX machines, even after typing the correct username and password. My only remaining point of dissatisfaction is that Windows 7 still does not automatically pick up the OSX machines on the subnet and list them under "Network," as it does with my other Windows 7 machines. But once that's done, the OSX computers appear under Network in File Manager and stay there, and I can click on them to access everything that's shared. OSX picks up any Windows machines on the subnet automatically. So why can't Windows do the same?
My guess is that Microsoft won't be able to get away with this sort of arrogance much longer.
How to Access Mac Files from a Windows PC
The name and workgroup of your PC are shown. You can changes these if you have administrative privileges; click "Change Settings" just to the right of the Computer Name. You'll need the workgroup to set up your OSX machine. It looks like you might have to be using Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate to make the file sharing work. Once you have configured these two options, you must share a folder on the Windows computer. To share a folder, right click on it, select Properties, then on the Sharing tab check the box next to Share this folder on the network.
To connect to this shared folder from the Mac, make sure you are in a Finder window and choose Go, Connect to Server. Make sure Network is selected in the Finder window when it opens up.
Browse the network to find the computer you want to connect to, then click on the Connect button below its icon. You will then have to enter the user name for an account on the Windows machine and the password for that account before you can connect by clicking on OK. A window will pop up where you can select from the shared folders on the Windows computer.
Make your selection using the pulldown menu and click on OK.