Hello all, I have a late 2006 MBP 2.33GHz C2D with 2GB RAM running 10.6.8 that I am trying to set up as a file server for my house via AFP using my WiFi network. I'm having two issues: 1. I have "File Sharing" turned on in the "Sharing" pane, and I only have one folder loaded into the shared folders list (a folder on a connected external HD full of TV Shows), but yet, when I connect to the server from the client, I can access the server's HD and every single file on it. I shouldn't be able to do that, right? I have only the TV Shows folder from the connected external HD in my "Shared Folders" list. Why do I have root access to the file system? 2. I apparently already set up a password previously for connecting to the AFP server from my current computer. I can see where I can update the password as the user on the client side, but I don't see where I can control the password on the server side as admin. The current password for to log into the server via AFP is the same as the password I have set to log into it as a normal user using it as a laptop. Does AFP force you to use the active user's password as the connection password? Any help is greatly appreciated! I was toying with the idea of getting one of the really nice Synology servers, but then I decided to see if I could pull it all off with a custom rig built around my old MBP. If I can get the AFP working the way I want, I plan to looking into an 8 disk RAID 10 set up, so I can run all my media off one server and use it for Mac and iDevice back ups. EDIT: I should probably add that both the server and client have the same username logged in. It's not the actually the same user account, but I named my current laptop the same name as my previous laptop, so maybe that's causing me to have root access to the file system? If so, that's a pretty serious security concern.