Some background: I have a small business with 12 iPads deployed to each team leader. The team leader completes a work log on a template I created in pages. At the end up the day they upload to dropdav, which then gets synced to my dropbox. I want to cut that step out, I do not want to associate these files with dropdav and dropbox, which is why I purchased the Mac Mini Server. I also purchased the server because it'll make managing the iPads much easier than individually servicing them. I've read that the server uses a iPhone configuration utility and will be able to change settings and update apps. My questions are: Is OSX able to retrieve the files off the iPad's? (pages, numbers) wireless? Each iPad has their own account since I had some major syncing issues (about 250 documents in pages) and that caused mass confusing among iCloud trying to figure out who has the newest version etc... Also how hard is it to set up a webdav server on the server? The only problem with webdav is it a one way only submission. (I cannot edit what they submit and send it back to the iPad). My idea is to create 12 users on the Mac mini and each with their own iCloud account. Then retrieve them that way. Is there a better solution? I appreciate any responses! Side question _____________________________________________________________________________ My book keeper uses a Lenovo T520 for quickbooks. I've read that the windows quickbooks is far more developed than the Mac version. So I will have to stay with Windows quickbooks. The book keep also reads the work logs I edit, currently she has access to the drop box account that all the information is uploaded to. Will I have any issues sharing to the Lenovo from the Mac mini server? If she wants to view the logs in PDF form. I know pages files are almost impossible to view in windows. Or do you think I should purchase a Mac for her and use parallels for quickbooks? If I do that, and create a user on the Mac mini server, will she be able to log in from home to the server via VPN? Will the quickbook files be accessible? In parallels, are the documents saved on the server or on the mac itself? Yes I know many questions. I appreciate it!