Hi all, Alex here. With the price of OS X Server releases dropping drastically in recent years ($500 to $50, $50 to $20), I'm considering my first server software purchase via the Mac App Store for use in my home. As you can see in my signature, I have a Mac mini running Mountain Lion, and I have a PowerMac G5 running Leopard and Tiger, as well as other Macs running OS X. A big issue I've had with all of these machines is keeping my user folders in sync. I can't ever have my home folder (the folder that contains Desktop, Documents, Downloads, and other folders) the same on all my machines, no matter how hard I try. And trying to keep them in sync myself feels redundant when I copy files from one machine to the next over and over and over. With OS X Server, I know I can create accounts on the host machine, and then make them available as Networked Accounts that could be logged into by any Mac on my LAN. I feel like this could be the solution to my problem here, but before I purchase OS X Server from the Mac App Store I've gotta ask you guys a question. If I create an account on the server, can I log into into it as a Networked Account on non-Mountain Lion machines over my LAN? Would I be able to log in to the accounts on the server from machines running 10.4-10.7?