Hi, I need to set up a file server for my company. We have around 10 users, with only 2 PCs (accounting). We use a gigabit switch so nothing crazy like 10GbE. We have a few Web Designers who need to have access to files relatively quick. I have 2 machines lying around to do that job which are a MacPro 2012 and a Dell Poweredge T430. The MacPro 2012 is still a great machine but it will soon be abandoned by Apple as it won't be supported with the new OS Catalina. Still we might be able bypass the limitation but I am thinking of getting 2 years maximum out of that Mac Pro. Who knows?! The Dell Poweredge on the other hand is a more recent machine (2015) with hardware Raid and more horsepower but it does not support macOS. So, what are my options? I guess I have 3... - using the Mac Pro with macOS Server - using the Dell Poweredge with FreeNAS (not my favorite choice) - using the Dell Poweredge with Linux to virtualize macOS using KVM/Qemu I kind of want to avoid FreeNAS for compatibility reasons as I don't know what to expect from macOS updates with their Samba Server. I feel more confident that Apple won't break the compatibility between version. But since my best Mac Server option is the Mac Pro and it's kind of outdated (even though it is still very capable with the NVME drive as system disk and a bunch of PCIE cards like USB 3.1), I am thinking that using a more recent hardware would be a better. The Dell Poweredge is a 2015 model with a Xeon v3 (upgradable to 2 CPUs) and plenty of disks space + RAM. I've been using FreeNAS in the past and I am not a fan even though it might be good enough for what I need it for. So I am starting considering a KVM/Qemu setup to virtualize macOS and ultimately have another linux guest OS to do other things. But I am kind of worried to use that in a business environment as I have no idea how stable it could be. So any feedback on the stability of macOS Mojave in any virtualize environment?