I have a 1TB Lacie external HD running off a mac mini server. I want to migrate the data on the 1TB Lacie to a newer 3TB Lacie external drive. No problem, I can just drag and drop the data. My issue is that I would like to be able to use the files on the new 3TB Lacie without having the image links, etc. broken in thousands of Indesign files. (I also want to remove the old 1TB altogether) Is there a way to move the data from the 1TB drive to the 3TB drive; then remove the 1TB drive from the network; then rename the 3TB drive after the old one, thus tricking all my i Macs into thinking that all those links aren't broken? The obvious direct approach did not work (Simply renaming the new drive after temporarily removing the old one). When I attempted to access the new 3TB Hd from one of the iMacs, I could not mount it. The error message was along the lines of "...the original item for [name of drive] could not be found." (To further confound me, when I changed the name of the new drive back to the original name, I got the same error message. I've since erased it and am ready to start over and try again) My final goal is to get all the data moved from the 1TB to a newer 3TB and then introduce another 3TB as a time machine drive, but I can't get past the roadblock.