This isn't a WHS-related post, but I'm throwing this out to Google as a vote for a specific solution to a specific problem. If you're trying to copy some really large files from an OSX user, ones that don't fit on a FAT32 volume, use HSFExplorer.

To transfer large files from an OSX machine to Windows, if you don’t want to mess around with Bootcamp drivers:

  1. Copy large files from the OSX machine to an HSF-formatted USB disk
  2. Plug USB disk into your Windows machine
  3. Run HSFExplorer and locate the HSF volume
  4. Right-click the files you want and choose ‘Extract’

Works just like any archive unpacker (WinRAR etc). Highly recommended.

posted on Thursday, March 04, 2010 10:43 AM | Filed Under [ Microsoft ]

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