I just found this wonderful piece of software, got excited, and… what are you guys thinking, the thought here is upside down. As a few others written here as well.. put the working in a process, and separate the settings. The settings can be a webpage or an app. However, there will always be people wanting to use tho differently. Some wants to run it as a server - it shouldn't matter who is /isn't logged in to the computer, and some wants it to be completely the opposite. This needs to be a setting. You might want to have this setting at install, or as a separate product to be able to make some money from this. As for my self, I can't use this piece of software for my private needs until this feature is here - my server is logged in as a user who can't access my files. In the professional needs, it could be a new dedicated virtual machine with auto login and syncing a network folder, but its not a pretty solution.