Resources for Interoperability of Apple Macintosh and Windows ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ jolumiaNovember 10, 20060 0 0 0 Find information to help you interoperate Macintosh and Windows environments. Highlights Services for Macintosh for Windows Server 2003 Services for Macintosh lets x86-based and Apple Macintosh clients share files and printers and remotely connect to a Microsoft network. • Services for Macintosh Best Practices Read Windows Server TechCenter best practices for deploying and managing Services for Macintosh (SFM) • Services for Macintosh for Windows Server 2000 Windows 2000 Services for Macintosh provides an integration platform for mixed Windows 2000-based and Macintosh-based networks and makes it possible for Macintosh clients to share files and printers. • How to Create a Macintosh-Accessible Volume Read this topic in the Windows 2000 Server product documentation to learn how to create a folder that an Apple Macintosh system can access. • How to Install Microsoft Authentication on a Macintosh Find steps to install the Microsoft User Authentication Module (UAM), which provides a more secure logon session by sending an encrypted password, rather than a straight text password, across the network. • Mactopia Compatibility Center Visit the Mactopia site to find information and resources on compatibility between Windows and Mac platforms.