raidoh

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  1. It's been a while since I installed Sync on my linux NAS. Have you created a btsync user and btsync group and given them rwx permission to that folder you're trying to share?
  2. I am trying to share a Resilio Business Seat with a Windows7 PC running Sync as a Service. On my own Win7 computer, I'm managing the Business Licenses and provide the link to the other computer, but since it's a Service accessed through the WebUI, it can't open the btsync:// file. I've reinstalled Sync without the Service, and it picks up the License easily. So, I then reinstalled the Service and it appears to be a separate application because it still says it's for Personal Use. I'd like to get this to work because I'd like to be able to sync files even when I'm not specifically logge
  3. Edit: Moved to different subforum. Sorry! Here's the link to the new post. I am trying to share a Resilio Business Seat with a Windows7 PC running Sync as a Service. On my own Win7 computer, I'm managing the Business Licenses and provide the link to the other computer, but since it's a Service accessed through the WebUI, it can't open the btsync:// file. I've reinstalled Sync without the Service, and it picks up the License easily. So, I then reinstalled the Service and it appears to be a separate application because it still says it's for Personal Use. I'd like to get this to work
  4. I've installed BT Sync 2.0.124 using the FreeNAS plugin. I can sync a directory using the manual link between the webgui and my Win7 desktop (2.0.128) on the local LAN, but only if I don't require Peer Approval. When requiring Peer Approval, it just continues to say Pending Approval on the desktop client and no notification comes up on the FreeNAS webgui to approve. I do want this service since I also sync with users outside the LAN and connect via email. Is there any documentation of how the Approval process works at a lower level so I can troubleshoot? It seems the tracking and listening