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can you connect to the dvr's drive over the network as a share and offload/load/edit recordings yet?
If you mean the DVR+, the answer is no -- not now and almost certainly not in the future.

TiVo is the only stand-alone DVR that allows bi-directional network transfers of recordings. Free software available to do this.

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can you connect to the dvr's drive over the network as a share and offload/load/edit recordings yet?
it's ambiguous question
- do you mean : disconnect the drive from DVR+ and install it into NAS enclosure ? then yes
- or expose to network as sharing resource (say SAMBA) by unknown to us feature of DVR+ OS ? no one know if it possible
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