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  1. How would I even start connecting an iMac wirelessly to Windows server 2003?

  2. Is it possible to connect Windows machines (Windows 7 and XP Professional) to an Apple server machine such as a $1000 Mac mini server running OS X Lion server?

asked Jan 06 '13 at 22:07

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edited Jan 08 '13 at 18:35

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How do you mean you want to connect an Imac to a windows 2003 server?? Do you mean to be able to have a network drive available from it and be able to place your documents there as an example. Or have IIR running to display web pages from it. Can you be a little bit more specific as to what you want to do with both of them. I have personally used mac mini and a mac laptop be able to access my joomla that I have on a Netserver LPR and a Mendax server over here. Give us a little bit more details as to what you want to do with that.

answered Jan 07 '13 at 13:47

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You should be able to connect to it so long if your going to be transfering over files like music, video as such over. There should be no problem that way. I have done it before with a Mac Mini over here. And filezilla to transfer several gigs at a time.

answered Jan 12 '13 at 14:50

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