I did, I really did. I reinstalled SL Server. Make no mistakes : SL Server costed me what it did ( and to everyone that bought it ) and Lion Server costs as much as gazzilions times less. For a really small business, home server, etc, its fine. For that I utterly recommend Lion Server : its simple, very easy to setup and works like a charm. If you want a full production server, firewalling, vpn, multiple hosts, etc etc : forget it. SL Server costed me as much as 15x than Lion Server and its really not surprising why. I tinkered with Lion Server for 3 days. For me ? Sucks. Can't configure what I want, virtual hosting doesnt work, mysql doesnt come with the package, worpress server is incompatible, mail server doesnt work properly and the list goes on. Quick background : I bought SL Server while back and I never had a server before and I'm not an IT guy. I pulled my hairs out 23872834 times because I activated a service but forgot to open a port. Then to write the firewall rule. If things didnt work was beacuse I didnt do something correctly. After a few months I'm hosting several sites, a wordpress community, dozens of emails and my home network that has 6 laptops and everything works like a charm. I'm really proud of it and its a champ With Lion things dont work because it does have the genuine feeling to have been rushed out the door with things not being totally and fully tested. I just reinstalled SL Server and everything is slowly getting back up as they were. If you are considering Lion Server, be VERY aware of what are you getting yourself into.