In a workgroup LAN where all stations are Windows, there is a limit of 10 clients or less before Microsoft requires a domain-based network runs by a Windows Server domain controller and every PC becomes a client. I have seen people using a Snap Server as the file server to bypass this 10 clients max limit. Can the NSLU2 do the same? I do not have 10 or more computers running Windows to test this out. Anyone has 10 or more computers running Windows at home or at work to test this out? I asked this question on Linkys chat, and the person has never heard of such a situation. I guess it assumes that anyone who uses the NSLU2 is in a small Windows network less than 10 clients. By the same token, how does the NSLU2 fit into a domain-based Windows network? Does it act like a regular Windows client? That does not seem right to me given the NSLU2 does not run Windows. I cannot find any references to the use of the NSLU2 in a large network through googling.