Ben Edwards wrote: When will the license be adjusted for Network Map? I'm still stuck at 10 devices on an Enterprise installation.
I forgot to push that one sooner -- sorry about that. We'll have the Professional Edition update out on Tuesday, and that will include the latest Network Map release.
If you are mapping a public IP to an internal (e.g. 192.168.1.100) IP, you need to use 1-to-1 NAT. If you have a bunch of routable IPs, then an alternative is to configure a DMZ network. In this scenario, the systems in the DMZ are configured with public IPs and are fully routable -- NAT is not necessary!
Bianca & Werner wrote: If I may make a suggestion, how about making Samba Directory available to the community users as a paid app, similar to the active directory connector. That way, the home users who would require it, could buy that.
That's certainly a possibility.
BTW, where could I post feature requests?
The wishlist is a good place to do it, but feel free to start a wishlist discussion in this forum too.