Hey guys, I know from the title you may initially think Im talking about time capsule or airport extreme base station with a HDD attached. However what I would like to know is if it is possible to share a HDD that is connected to my iMac across my network, without the addition of one of these products. The thing that puts me off those products are that all computers connect to them remotely, whereas this HDD primarily has content just for the iMac so it makes sense to have it connected directly to it as it is in constant use with the iMac and therefore the speed of a direct connection is welcomed. I have enabled sharing folders and such in the system preferences on my iMac and then when I click the iMac under shared in my finder on my MBA I get several folders, my user folder, the HDD root, the disk in the cd drive, my public folder and my bootcamp drive. None of my external HDDs that are attached show up, is there a way around this. I clicked get info on my external drive and ticked shared folder (wasn't sure what this done or does but seemed like it could be appropriate.) Any help at getting my remote machines to recognize an external drive attached to another computer would be fantastic. Cheers guys.