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Old 05-20-08, 13:54
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Default Backing up a Mac to Windows?

We have a lone Mac that needs to be backed up with all the PC's, preferably on the Windows Server. Is this possible? Will the proprietary Mac files write to a NTFS partition, and if they do, will they be accessible later for recovery?
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