Accessing iDisk with pc

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by macman4789, Mar 13, 2008.

  1. macman4789 macrumors regular

    Jul 12, 2007
    Hi guys,

    How do you access idisk via a pc? Does the pc need any additional software to access an idisk?

  2. wrldwzrd89 macrumors G5


    Jun 6, 2003
    Solon, OH
    Information copied and pasted from .Mac Help.
  3. macman4789 thread starter macrumors regular

    Jul 12, 2007
  4. oobe macrumors newbie

    Jan 24, 2010
    1) Open “Computer”
    2) Click on “Map Network Drive” at the top (under the path/location area)
    3) Select the drive letter you want it to be connected under.
    4) In the folder name entry area you want to enter:[username]
    4) Enable “Connect using different credentials”
    5) Click ‘OK’
    6) Enter your me username and password, enable saving of the information then proceed.
    You’re done! You should see the new network location inside of “Computer
  5. corbinag macrumors newbie

    May 5, 2008
    great help

    I think OOBE got it answered nicely. Obviously people aren't asking how to access iDisk through a browser.
  6. MACatty macrumors newbie

    Jan 29, 2011
    I agree with corbinag about oobe's post, but I couldn't connect with my PC at work following those steps exactly. After step 2, I had to click on "Sign up for online storage or connect to a network server" and connect using the "Add Network Place Wizard" that popped up.
  7. 3282868 macrumors 603

    Jan 8, 2009
    It's a shame that automatic syncing of user files isn't available on Windows systems. MobileMe has automatic syncing of documents built into iDisk, and there are great third party applications such as ChronoSync for OS X but nothing for Windows. The best solution is creating a network drive for your iDisk account. It's not much of a solution given that it's manual syncing.

    Windows users of MobileMe are left in the dark in a lot of area's. Sure you can host a website using FTP but without iWeb's WYSIWYG, seamless web publishing for the average consumer is a bit tricky. Syncing calendars with Office 2007 or 2010 is next to impossible.

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