Hi! So for a while I've been using Snow Leopard Server with my old Mini, splitting the internal 500GB HD into 2 partitions, 1 50GB for OS X and 1 450GB for backups, then sharing the second partition over my network for my other computers to backup to. Before Lion, this worked great! Recently I upgraded that computer to Lion Server, and all my other computers to Lion. Now, that same setup does not work. Time Machine is giving me that "required AFP features" error message. I know Lion requires NetaTalk 2.2 (I think) for all NAS stuff. So it would make sense if I was using a 3rd party NAS to backup to, which would be running an older version of NetaTalk. But I'm using Lion Server to host the disk! Does this mean that Apple hasn't patched Lion to support NetaTalk 2.2 even though their own OS requires it? None of this makes any sense, but then again, these problems usually don't. Is anyone else having issues like this? Does anyone know if Apple is working on a fix for this? Does anyone have any possible solutions? Any help is greatly appreciated!