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  1. Applies to: BTSync v.2.3.3 (296) Windows 7, 8/8.1, Windows 10 -- Home and Professional. BTSync prompts to install as a service -- but doesn't follow Windows service account conventions as other programs do, (IIS, MySQL, SQL Server, etc). Issues: Software Defect: Some installations, (like BitTorrent Sync), will not install the Windows Service -- unless a regular user account is specified. Expected Behavior: Should automatically provide the correct NT Service account identity, or at least allow the user too. Security Issue: The user is forced to create anoth
  2. Hello. I can confirm that this issue is not related just to Windows 10 - and also appears with a fresh download of btsync 2.2.7 running on Fedora 23. uname -r : 4.2.8-300.fc23.x86_64 The Web Page displays: Is there a way to manually define this in the btsync.conf file, to bypass this screen? Fixed - There is a bug in the web / html of the web page. This defect occurs on firefox, but not google chrome. Opening the User interface in Chrome will show that there is a checkbox beneath the form, to accept a Eula. Firefox does not display that option, and so the "Get Started" Butt
  3. (not quite sure where to submit bugs, yet ..) Platform: O.S.: Linux 4.2.8-300.fc23.x86_64 Browser: Firefox 43 Issue: During the Web Configuration on Linux, (and apparently Windows 10 as well), the user is prompted with a form, asking the user to provided a "name to show" ... However, the "Get started" button never becomes enabled to move forward. The Actual Prompt: This is a bug in the web / html of the web page. This defect occurs on firefox, but not google chrome. Work-Around: Initialized btsync in another browser, (not firefox). Opening the User interface in Chro