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  1. When I do certain operations, like try to mount an nfs mount point from the "add sources" pane in the console, the machine that is running the engine can put up a dialog on the screen, and the operation on the machine running the console hangs. The console can not proceed until the dialog is dismissed. The most recent case of this is mounting NFS from that "add source" dialog, but I know I have seen this before. It is not obvious that you have to have access to the "screen" of the engine-local system to operate the remote console, but in some cases, you do. A remote console should never put up a dialog on the engine's machine that the user of the console can't see.
  2. I need to prevent remote users from backing up. They connect various ways via home internet, public internet, and cellular modem. What I would like to do is only let them backup when they are on our internal network but this is slightly complicated by the fact they sometimes use a vpn into our network. I'm not sure where to look for the information. We are using 7.6 clients. Thanks
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