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I've got a Time Capsule shared over the internet and I need to make connection to that file share.

It uses HFS+ and I can successfully connect from Mac computers.

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How do you have it "shared over the internet"? – slhck Aug 8 '11 at 19:19

Windows doesn't support HFS+ at all, so you'd need to use something else to make the share visible in Windows, such as by using SMB

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Here is a list of commercial products for Windows that enable Windows to view and read HFS+ formatted disks. This comes courtesy of MacWindows.com. The top recommended program is Mediafour MacDrive 8. It costs $50.00 per computer and there are site licenses available.

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