The Microsoft Windows 2000 counterpart to Services for Macintosh on machines running Windows NT. File and Print Services for Macintosh (FSM) lets PC and Apple Macintosh clients share files and printers.
With FSM on a server running Windows 2000, Macintosh client machines need nothing more than the Macintosh operating system software installed to access resources on the server.
FSM integrates the following three services:
Once FSM is installed on your server, you can make directories available as Macintosh volumes by using the Shared Folders node in the System Tools folder of the Computer Management tool.
You can install an optional authentication module for Macintosh clients so that they can securely log on to Windows 2000–based servers running FSM.