Windows 10およびOS Xと共有ファイルをネットワークに接続する方法

A decade ago, it was a headache trying to get Windows and OS X to talk to each other. Our previous article showed you how to setup a network between OS X Snow Leopard and Windows 7. Since then things have gotten easier, especially with Windows 10 and OS Xエルキャピタン. There are many options available, which include file syncingusing external storage mediums. Setting up a peer to peer network is also an option. Let’s look at that.

Setup a Network Between OS X El Capitan and Windows 10

Before you begin, check to make sure both operating systems are updated. On OS X head to the Apple, menu > App Store > Updates to make sure it’s up-to-date.

Also, check to make sure your network adapters are functioning correctly. In Windows 10, press ウィンドウズキー+ X をクリックします。 デバイスマネージャ. Expand Network Adapters, if there no exclamation sign, then you are ready to go.


In OS X, launch System Preferences > Network and click your network connection.

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Enable File Sharing and Network Discovery

Before you can browse each computer, you’ll need to enable the ability for both Windows 10 and OS X to see each other. In OS X, launch System Preferences > Sharing > check off ファイル共有。 クリック オプション then check off your user account. If you are unable to do this, your iCloud account might be preventing it. See instructions further down in this article on how to troubleshoot this problem.

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Windows 10では、をクリックします。 Start > File Explorer をクリックします。 ネットワーク in the Navigation pane. Click Turn on Network Discovery and File Sharing.

turn on network discovery

Ethernet or Wireless

This article assumes you are using an Ethernet Connection which is the best way to enable things to work. All you need is a CAT5 cable to connect both computers. You can also use a basic network switch or router to connect both machines. Depending on the model Mac you own, you might need to invest in an Apple Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter; if there is no built-in Ethernet port. The majority of Windows computers come built in with an Ethernet port; exceptions include Ultrabooks and a 2-in-1 device such as the マイクロソフト表面.

Giba Ethernet Adapter

After connecting both systems, launch the Finder or press Shift + Command + K to open the network folder. Your Windows 10 PC should automatically be mounted. Double click it.

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On the next screen click the Connect As button.

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あなたの〜を入力してください マイクロソフトアカウント and password then click Connect.

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Automatically, your Personal Folders and any other shared folders will be mounted in the Finder.

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You can proceed to browse and copy files.

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Connect to OS X El Capitan from Windows 10

Click Start > File Explorer > Network. Double-click the Mac icon, and then log in.

Connect to OS X 2

If you are not able to log in, your iCloud account on the Mac might be preventing you from doing so. If you use your iCloud credentials to log into your Mac, it is unfortunately not compatible with Windows File Sharing for security reasons. The workaround for this is to change your account password.

開いた System Preferences > Users & Groups > Change Password, click Use Separate Password.

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Enter a new password, confirm, restart your Mac and configure Windows File Sharing again. Launch System Preferences > Sharing > check off File Sharing > クリック オプション then check off the account you want to share files from.

Other Troubleshooting Steps

If you still don’t see the Mac, try connecting manually using the NETBIOS name. You can find this in the Network Preference on the Mac. Launch System Preferences > Network > Advanced > WINS タブ。

From your Windows PC, press ウィンドウズキー+ R then type the machine name then click OK. Enter your credentials; you should be able to access your resources.

Connect to OS X

There are still some wrinkles in the network experience between OS X and Windows, but it has certainly gotten better; both from the setup and troubleshooting side. I hope Apple modifies the iCloud password policy in future versions of OS X. I was able to log into my Windows PC from the Mac using my Microsoft Account credentials, so I don’t see why it can’t be same for OS X.