Clone Network Drive
Need of Connecting two Macs -
There are many occasions, when you require sharing files with another Mac machine. This is indeed the most common reason for connecting your Mac desktop or notebook computer to another Mac. In the same context, there are few other similar needs, such as saving copies of important data on another machine or cloning your source drive to the network attached Mac hard drive.
If you want to connect your Mac to another Mac machine, you can do so through three different mediums – Ethernet connection, Wireless connection and FireWire connection.
How to Connect through Ethernet:
Note: If you have configured the TCP/IP settings manually, you may need to provide the computer's TCP/IP address in the Connect To Server dialog. If you have configured the TCP/IP settings manually, you may need to provide the computer's TCP/IP address in the Connect To Server dialog.
How to Connect Wirelessly:
Note: The two Mac machines must be connected to the same wireless access point or router.
How to Connect through FireWire:
Here, you can connect the hard drive of one Mac as an external hard drive to another through FireWire cable. Here, you need to keep one Mac machine turned on and the other turned off.
Apart from file sharing, such connection of two Mac machines can be helpful in saving the clone copy of one Mac drive onto the hard drive of another Mac. Stellar Drive Clone is the Mac cloning utility that facilitates cloning of your Mac volume to any network attached Mac drive. You can connect two Mac machines through any of the above discussed methods and then perform the cloning operation using Stellar Drive Clone software. Below steps will guide you through:
Steps to Clone Mac Volume to Network-attached Drive using Stellar Drive Clone:
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