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This article describes how to configure a Macintosh computer to connect to a Windows 98 Second Edition or Windows Millennium Edition (Me) Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) host.
To configure a Macintosh computer to connect to an ICS host, follow the steps in the appropriate sections.
Macintosh System RequirementsThe system requirements for the Macintosh computer are in the following list:
TCP/IP ProtocolTo configure the TCP/IP protocol on the Macintosh client, follow these steps:
ICS Connection Using Internet ExplorerTo configure Internet Explorer to connect to the ICS host, follow these steps:
Microsoft Windows 98 and Windows Me support technicians do not support configuring a Macintosh client for ICS. For assistance on configuring a Macintosh client, please contact Microsoft Internet Explorer for the Macintosh support.
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