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  1. @SinusPi Resilio Sync was not designed for this need. What you are doing is called being a "Feature Creep".
  2. So on macOS multiple users can run their own installation of Sync since the configuration files are within each users ~/Library/Application Support/Resilio Sync/ folder. Depending on how you set up your Linux configuration the same could apply for each individual Sync user. All that you can specify in the configuration file. Basically: on macOS you just install it for each user. Basic setup for Sync afterwards. For linux you would have to set up some config yourself since this can vary a lot depending on your setup.
  3. On what computer are you experiencing the issues? And why on earth would you still use Windows XP?!
  4. Well I can't speak for any vendor that produces software but from a Sysadmin perspective I can tell you that people try to install all kinds of software and especially Syncing software is a tricky thing. You won't know what data they sync off or on to corporate clients. That's why it is a security risk in some cases if you don't talk with your local IT department about it. If you show them what it's doing and why you need it, they will probably wanna check it out and install it for you. As a sysadmin: if you see P2P Traffic in your network and you don't know why it's there; that's bad. I can totally understand that as a normal user you wouldn't know all these aspects and don't need to know them. But you need to understand why certain things can't or won't be installed on corporate devices.
  5. Are you using a wireless computer? Or is it happening on LAN? What kind of OS are you running?
  6. Nope, doesn't help at all but if you experience any further issues please raise a support ticket if you can't seem to get Sync working again. 10GB is indexed pretty quick actually ;-)
  7. There usually isn't any kind of beta. Stuff will get released when it's done implementing. Same goes for ETA usually.
  8. As always consult your local IT department with the request to have Sync installed on your machine. There are reasons to not be able to install software on corporate computers. As of right now, I don't know of any plans to do this.
  9. This is correct. I would log out and not switch the user then you can make sure that the lock is removed 100%.
  10. Ok so when I read that right, you have a Folder on Mac B that you want to Sync between Tom and Jerry through the Mac A? Or is it that Mac A and Mac B with user Jerry have a Sync share and if you work with user Tom and need the new files to be synced you have to switch to user Jerry first? As I understand there is no way of having the Resilio Application run for all users on a Mac syncing the same folders but for different users.
  11. I don't think there is an application that can handle every part of the thing you would like to achieve. Also I haven't seen GUI wrappers for rsync or rclone - but as always: google is your friend. There is probably at least one other person that has asked this question and might have gotten an answer so it is worth checking other sources.
  12. So what you are trying to say is that you want a program that sync files on the same filesystem from Folder A to Folder B (where folder B is for example a mounted Veracrypt volume). Is that assumption right? If so you are out of luck with Sync. It can't do that. What you are looking for is something like rsync OR rclone (
  13. Well I am not quite sure what the setup should be. As I understand it you have the following setup: * Mac A with 1 User * Mac B with 2 Users Tom and Jerry What issue are you hitting now? Please elaborate.
  14. Well it's probably because you are missing a comma somewhere in the configuration to be honest All configuration options can be found here
  15. It has indeed. The E-Mail said it will end on Sept. 19th.