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  1. Any update on this, did you get a chance to look at the logs?
  2. Windows https://www.dropbox.com/s/gyxvuha9ewinkvd/Windows%20Logs.zip?dl=0 Mac https://www.dropbox.com/s/08srnugx21cg9pa/Mac%20Logs.zip?dl=0 Filename "Animusic.m4v" File was removed from dir on the mac .Conflict File disappeared on windows No files named "Animusic.m4v" existed on either machine in the directory "Animusic.m4v" was moved back on the mac, .conflict was created on the windows machine. No file named "Animusic.m4v" existed on the windows despite BitTourrent Sync creating the conflict file. After this I played around trying to get it to unconflict and couldn't.
  3. Once the .conflict occurs I can delete the file and it disappears on both ends. At this point if I create a file using the non .Conflict name on either end the other end will create a .Conflict file on the other computer. Essentially once a .Conflict happens it is permanent, I have to live with a .Conflict at one or the other machine.
  4. One is Mac OSX 10.10.2 and the other is Windows Server 2012 R2 There are no symlinks on the Windows machine.
  5. I have attempted to resolve .Conflict files using the steps provided in the article below. http://sync-help.bittorrent.com/customer/portal/articles/1596830-conflict-files-in-sync Each time I move the file out of the sync dir and then back one the other machine will create the file with .conflict in the file name. Does anyone know how to fix this since the article describing how to fix this doesn't fix the issue? Is there a way to disable .Conflict files, I do not need that part of the sync technology. Later timestamp wins no matter what type syncing?