The continuing popularity of Macintosh computers means that they are a part of many enterprise networks. Windows 2000 includes services that allow Macintosh users to share files and printers with Windows, OS/2, and even MS-DOS users. In addition, Windows 2000 includes an implementation of the AppleTalk network protocol. With these tools, Macintosh users can be integrated into a Windows 2000 network with very little difficulty. The next chapter moves to another area of supporting services, the messaging and faxing capabilities of Windows 2000.