Sharing Files with FSM

After you install and configure FSM, you’ll find you can’t do anything with it until you create some MAVs. The following list illustrates the general process:

Create the MAVs to which you want your users to have access.
Give the MAVs and the items they contain appropriate permissions (bearing in mind that Macintosh and Windows permissions are very different).

Creating MAVs

Windows Server 2003 offers two slightly different ways to create new MAVs. The first way is already familiar: you can use the Share A Folder Wizard to create a new Windows share, making it visible to Macintosh (or NetWare) clients when you create it. Alternatively, you can create a MAV for an existing Windows share by using the wizard to create ...

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