Hi, I'm hoping someone can help. I have a late 2012 i7 mac mini and use it remotely from work via teamviewer. I want to be able to set the mini up so that when it's asleep I can send a wake on lan command (magic packet) and it wakes the machine up (and I can then connect teamviewer). I use iNet pro on my iphone to send the WOL request. At present, when the mini is asleep and my phone is connected to my same network, when I send the WOL command the light on the front of the mini goes from pulsing to being on continously. However the Mini doesn't wake up. This indicates the mini has received the command but I've read this state is called a Darkwake state and prevents the mini fully waking up. Does anyone know how to switch this off? The same thing happens when I send the command from outside my network (over 3G) indicating again the magic packets are being forwarded by my router. The obvious solution is to set the mini never to sleep, but I don't want to leave it on continously 24/7 which is what i'm currently doing. For info i'm running 10.8.3. Any help would be appreciated, many thanks.