scio

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  1. +1 for this. Would be useful as right now I have no indication in explorer if a directory is synced or not.
  2. Answered my own question. This command will work to modify the service to the correct arguments: sc config btsyncsvc binPath= "\"C:\ProgramData\BitTorrent Sync Service\BTSync.exe\" /config \"C:\ProgramData\BitTorrent Sync Service\btsync.conf\" /SVC"
  3. Moe, Do you have the exact command that I need in order to run the btsync.exe service executable with a config? Trying the btsync.exe service executable by itself from the command line does nothing. When I double click on the executable, I get a prompt to open the services screen or open the web ui, but the only way I have been able to get BTSync to run is through the services screen. I notice the path run in the service properties is: `"C:\ProgramData\BitTorrent Sync Service\BTSync.exe" /SVC`, but running this from the command line accomplishes nothing. Adding the "/config btsync.conf" section to the service binPath also did not work. Thanks