They're cheaper than an NUC, but more useful than a RPi.
All the solutions that I've found so far are, basically, crap.
"Why don't you use Dropbox/Ubuntu One/Rsync etc?" Because the customer wants to use OneDrive.
However, if you were mad, you could also have two files in the same directory names FILE1 and file1 (or any other set of characters).
It had/has the benefits of a case sensitive filesystem, with the ease of use of a case-insensitive one.
Now, if someone could just explain to me why case sensitivity is important in a file system...
Either way, you're getting very unusual problems.
And why save IE6? It was crap when it came out, and it's no better now.
ABP works so well that I didn't realise for quite a while that they'd introduced advert videos until I went round a friend's house.
I like work; it fascinates me; I can sit and look at it for hours.