Share DVDs and CDs on Mac
If your Mac doesn’t have an optical drive, you can share another computer’s drive using DVD and CD Sharing, as long as both computers are on the same network.
Set up a Mac to share its optical drive
On a Mac that has an optical drive connected, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Sharing.
Select the DVD or CD Sharing checkbox.
To be notified when a computer tries to access your optical drive, select “Ask me before allowing others to use my DVD drive.”
Use another computer’s optical drive
You can access an optical drive shared from a Mac or Windows computer.
On the computer that has an optical drive, make sure DVD or CD drive sharing is set up, then insert a disc into the drive.
On the Mac that doesn’t have an optical drive, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window.
Select Remote Disc under Locations in the sidebar, then double-click the computer that is sharing the optical drive you want to access.
If you don’t see a Connect button, click Ask to Use, then wait for a response from the other computer.
For information about the kinds of optical media that can be shared, and how to set up a Windows computer to share its optical drive, see the Apple Support article Use the CD or DVD drive from another computer with your Mac.