Back to Mac working?

traderx1

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Mar 22, 2007
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anyone running the final build have the "Back to my Mac" feature working.

I have that feature turned on my macpro and powerbook. But i dont see the Macpro (at home) come up with my powerbook (at work). I have watched the video again on apple's website and can't really figure out what I am doing wrong.

The only other thing I can think of is that .Mac is not yet fully functional. can anyone else try it out and see if this feature is working like it is supposed to...
thanks
 

Cromulent

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Oct 2, 2006
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The Land of Hope and Glory
anyone running the final build have the "Back to my Mac" feature working.

I have that feature turned on my macpro and powerbook. But i dont see the Macpro (at home) come up with my powerbook (at work). I have watched the video again on apple's website and can't really figure out what I am doing wrong.

The only other thing I can think of is that .Mac is not yet fully functional. can anyone else try it out and see if this feature is working like it is supposed to...
thanks
Well Leopard has not officially launched yet so it makes sense that Apple have not activated these features on their servers yet. Wait until it has officially launched and then you will see if it works or not.
 

projectle

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Oct 11, 2005
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It worked for a while on 9a559 from what I have read over at InsanelyMac, however it only lasted for about a 3-4 days, so it could have been just a test that Apple was conducting.

Never saw it myself, though.
 

macpro2000

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Apr 20, 2005
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Is this back to my mac thing going to be able to find any of the mac even if they are hooked up to routers???
 
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