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keef
post May 12 2011, 01:25 AM
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Hi All,

I would like to improve the security of my Z when on a wireless network.
I find that the Z appears on the desktop of Mac computers on the
same network just as any ordinary disk. Is there a way to password protect
the files? I.e. to make a secure login from other computers.

thanks

keef


c860 running Cacko 1.23
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tux
post May 13 2011, 01:36 AM
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QUOTE(keef @ May 12 2011, 10:25 AM) *
Hi All,

I would like to improve the security of my Z when on a wireless network.
I find that the Z appears on the desktop of Mac computers on the
same network just as any ordinary disk. Is there a way to password protect
the files? I.e. to make a secure login from other computers.

thanks

keef


c860 running Cacko 1.23

cool.gif I think you'll find it is to do with samba. Do a forum search and you'll find the info. From a good many years back...
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keef
post May 19 2011, 03:10 PM
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ok thanks

QUOTE(tux @ May 13 2011, 01:36 AM) *
QUOTE(keef @ May 12 2011, 10:25 AM) *
Hi All,

I would like to improve the security of my Z when on a wireless network.
I find that the Z appears on the desktop of Mac computers on the
same network just as any ordinary disk. Is there a way to password protect
the files? I.e. to make a secure login from other computers.

thanks

keef


c860 running Cacko 1.23

cool.gif I think you'll find it is to do with samba. Do a forum search and you'll find the info. From a good many years back...

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