Like Windows NT and Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003 features the ability to interoperate with other systems on a network, including Macintosh systems.
Services For Macintosh allows Mac users to use the file storage services of Windows Server 2003 and to use printers hosted by a Windows server. Windows Server 2003 also includes an engine that can translate Macintosh-generated PostScript files to languages used by non-PostScript printers.
To add Macintosh support to a Windows Server 2003 system, follow these steps:
After installing these services, you can create shares that are accessible directly via AppleTalk and share Windows-based printers with your Macintosh users.