Setup Windows Media Player. Now that we have streaming media enabled it is time to take a look at what to look for in WMP. On another computer on the network open Windows Media Player and under Library you will see “Other Libraries” and the available libraries of Music, Video, and Pictures available for streaming. Next to Share media with guests, you get an Share media with guests button. If you can't first tick that Media Sharing button, your Mac ignores everything you do in the section. Turn on File Sharing to be able to share files in the Finder. To access another Mac’s files in the Finder, choose Go Network, double-click one of the computers or devices that displays,.
For years, iTunes has had a Home Sharing feature, that allowed you to share your library across a network. Users in your home, dorm, or office could listen to your music, and even copy it to their computers. They could stream videos from your library, and this was a good way to maintain a movie and TV show library on a Mac and stream content locally to an Apple TV.
MediaFire makes it easy to share through email, on your website, social media, messenger, or anywhere with a link. Multiple uploads at once Upload hundreds or even thousands of files at once through any web browser or with our handy apps for Android, BlackBerry, Windows, iPhone, or iPad. To let users connect to a Windows computer from a Mac, you need to share a folder on the Windows computer. Set up sharing on a Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 computer To share a folder, right-click the folder’s icon, then choose “Share with.”.
Perusing macOS Catalina I was initially worried that Home Sharing had been removed, because there was nothing about it in the Music app, but I found that they feature had been shunted to a new location: the Sharing pane of System Preferences.
This makes a lot of sense. With iTunes split into four apps, you wouldn’t want to have to turn it on for each app. But this centralized media sharing has a great advantage: you don’t need to launch any of the apps to be able to share their content. As long as the computer hosting the media is running, you can load its content on another computer, an Apple TV, or on iOS (in the Music or TV apps). And if you have Wake for Network Access checked in the Energy Saver preferences, your library is accessible even if the host Mac is asleep. (On a laptop, this only works if it’s connected to power.)
Note that since this is a per-user setting, and multiple users could have libraries on a Mac, sharing only works when a user is logged in.
This is a great change to the Home Sharing feature, and it will make it a lot easier to set up a master library to use on multiple devices.
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Hi, I'm, Czarlji and i'm a omv user since few months and basically works flawlessly since then.
use as a file server and plex media and is works nicely.
recently i try to set up smb/cifs to get access from my imac and problems begins.
i set up shares, add a user permissions to read/write to those shares ,start smb and thats all.
i dont know why i have two entries on shared panel(screen1), trying to connect to first one(vault) connection is failed every time
and connecting to the second one (vault-SMB/CIFS) mount on my desktop every folder (which i set up as a share) as a single mount.
My question is:
how to automatically mount those shares as a one folder in finder?
im using mac os sierra and is connected to vpn,
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