If you need to connect from a Mac OSX 10.4 computer to a Windows 2008 server, you may find you cannot login to the Windows shares and get prompted for username and password. First thing to note is to connect from a Mac to Windows server is you need to have-
In order to synchronise folders from a Mac to another system or device (for backups to a USB drive or NAS for example) –
To do this you need to configure automatic login as the administrator and setup-
Free Hard Disk / Partition Imaging and Cloning Software
Terminal is an application which enables you to issue UNIX commands on the local machine or login to a remote computer and issue commands as though you were typing on that computer’s keyboard. The Terminal utility allows you to connect using the SSH-2 protocol for secure communication. It is the preferred ssh client for Mac.
The Finder hides the standard Unix files and folders from you. You can “Go To Folder…” and type in the name of the folder such as /var/log, but that’s fiddly and you still don’t see the “dot” files. There’s a terminal command that will make all files and folders display in your Finder. To do.
If you have Microsoft office installed you will already have the remote desktop for Macintosh on your computer.-