Oh my goodness, I've run many different searches on this between here and google and just can't seem to find the answer. Basically, I have a few friends on my network here at my school I'd like to share files and such with (ie class readings/summaries/etc). However, as we're spending a lot of time locating these readings and doing the summaries, I don't want everyone being able to access them. So I want to know if it's possible to set a password on the public folder in my home directory. I want to make it so that I have to email the username/password to the people I want to allow access. Then when they do the go, connect to server, and type in the AFP it would ideally give the username/password popup box. If that can't be done, would using some kind of programme such as Crypt be able to do pretty much the same? Or does that not work over the network? Thanks to anyone who might have some insight!