To add to my above message (#31). While we know that the 2000T won't serve HiDef content by DLNA, removing file protections (as the auto-unprotect package does on the HDR-FOX) may enable DLNA streaming by the same protocol as used for StDef programmes. If this is the case the automated decryption method should work. Anyway, until someone can open up the hood and start tinkering, we won't know for sure.
I can confirm the 2000T does serve up HiDef content via DLNA after Foxy is used to first update the associated HMT file and the recording is moved to another folder (no additional partition required). I know this because I have two 2000T's on my home network and I stream recordings from one to the other.
StDef always works without any changes required. For HiDef this is my quickest method of decrypting.
1. Create a folder called Decrypt on the 2000T that holds the HiDef recording you want to decrypt.
2. Using FTP client copy the associated HMT file to a PC.
3. Using Foxy process the HMT file.
4. Using FTP cilent copy the updated HMT file back to the 2000T and overwrite the original.
5. Using the 2000T remote select the HiDef recording and move it to the Decrypt folder (this happens immediately with no waiting required).
6. The recording in the Decrypt folder is now decrypted. Move it back to the original folder if you want. This recording will now stream to another 2000T (or other DLNA device) or copy it off to a USB drive to play elsewhere.
Hope this helps.
I also have a Synology NAS on my home network and happy to help with any testing (that won't brick my devices ).