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Tue Jun 22, 2010 11:18 am

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'm a new user since 1.3 years and I haven't been able to find an answer and there may not be an answer. I'm using a macbook pro and 10.6.4 and a Apple Extreme Base Station n. Windows PCs are wired to the router.

I'm having to use Command + K to manually connect to the PCs. I have no problems automatically seeing other Macs in my Finder sidebar. IMO, I shouldn't have to manually connect to PCs, it should automatically show all computers using the same local network. I'm also using VMWare 3 and it also doesn't show up on Shared resources of my Finder sidebar, this is very strange even though VMWare resides and uses the same resources as my Mac.

I hope somebody here can shed some light on this issue. This issue is driving me bonkers and quite frankly p***** me off.



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