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I believe it can be done but you lose the recovery partition and depending on your IT skills and willingness to start from scratch if the O/S gets hosed it might be a viable opportunity. Note that I have not done this with Mavericks or Time Machine. You need to boot from an O/S install disk. you can make one out of an 8GB flash drive with the Mavericks ...


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Just for the completeness of this issue. If you land here and do not use MacOS Server, but a Synology DiskStation, do the following: Login to your DiskStation as root Open the main menu start the resource monitor switch to connected users select the blocked user and press disconnect


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Ok. To anyone running up the same wall I did... I switched to an OpenSource Ruby on Rails app called WAGN http://wagn.org It does this exact thing and much more.


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Mac OS X (I'm speaking here of Lion, Mountain Lion & Mavericks) is a pretty good system to build a secured network access. But I can't agree more with your analysis: it really lacks any GUI to manage configuration. For example, to be able to manage correctly DHCP, I finally set up a highly inelegant way to circumvent the way InternetSharing is blocking ...


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For anyone getting into similar trouble : I went for ZFS and created a Software RAIDZ. I extended my Server to 5x2TB Data and 1x3TB Backup[1] + 3x2TB Backup[2] So I got a total of 8TB in a raid, 3TB as a Backup Drive and 3x2TB as Individual hard drives containing a Full Backup of a Section.



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