trumpimar

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  1. Same here. I've got a Win7 desktop and a Linux NAS that are syncing, but a Win7 laptop is missing a folder. What's going on here?
  2. Good to hear you got them. I'm fine with continuing in Zendesk, but by now I'm two weeks behind on syncing. If it takes half a week for each reply to process the issue might be solved by the start of summer...
  3. Dear Helen, Sync all is on on the PC, on the NAS I can't find that feature. I've been in contact with your colleague Haley via email and have sent her the logs last Wednesday. No response since then. Could you see if she could follow up on that? The files were present on both computers, but there was probably a mismatch since there had been no syncing going on for some time. That means that there would mostly be new files on the PC that weren't on the NAS yet. Best regards
  4. First a bit of background info: I've upgraded from 1.4 to 2.0, first on my desktop.Then I noticed there was no syncing going on so I also upgraded on my NAS. Still nothing happened, so I thought to remove the "old" 1.4 link and setup a new 2.0 link. So far so good, syncing starts and finishes. Next time I look, most of my files are gone! I eventually find them in the archive folder, so not completely lost, thank who or whatever. Now I've recovered my files to their original position. Again completely removed the folders from Sync, then removed the .sync folder from the folder containing the files. After making a new connection, the same thing happens. Everything is dumped to the archive on the PC and gone on the NAS, except for the files that weren't synced during the 1.4 to 2.0 switch. Does anybody have any idea why this is happening and what I can do about it?