Following situation: We have a Mac Mini Server in our Lab with Snow Leopard Server. It is locked in a cabinet, it is thus not handy to make daily changes directly on the server. I used the Server Admin tool on my Macbook Pro 10.6.x for daily tasks like creating Folder and assigning who is allowed to see them and who is not etc (this permission stuff for servers is what I need to do regularly). Yesterday I upgraded my Macbook Pro to Lion, and apparently Lion deleted all the Server Admin Software. I am also not able to reinstall it from CD because it says that it can only be installed on snow Leopard. So I downloaded the Lion Server tools, but apparently their functionality was changed significantly. Most important for my: In 'Server Admin' I am neither able to see and manipulate folders like I could before nor can I assign permissions to folders individually. In the Snow Leopard version I was presented with a Finder-like view under the 'Permissions' tab and was able to do all the things. Now I am only presented with Services and their permissions, but not with the file system. so right now I am forced to run a virtual machine just to use the old server admin software, which is a huge waste of ressources. Does anyone have suggestions how to get back this finder-like view in server admin in order to manipulate folders and assign permissions? Thanks for any help!