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  1. Thanks for confirming, Helen - that's what I thought. Since posting my question I've now got Resilio Sync running on our Synology NAS. Hopefully this will provide the always-on 'third party' storage between my machines! Thanks again, Steve
  2. Thanks for the replies guys. I tried this again today, only this time mahually copying & pasting the read/write key from Resilio Sync on Mac One > emailing it to Mac Two and copying & pasting the key to setup the sync on Mac Two. Rather than emailing a link from inside Resilio Sync from Mac One and clicking on it at Mac Two. For whatever reason, doing apparently the same thing a different way works perfectly and my Desktop & Documents folders are now setup in perfect sync. Steve
  3. Hi, So I'm working away with Home Mac at home, with a read/write sync setup on Folder One. The Office Mac away in my office is also setup with a sync key for Folder One but is switched off when I work from home. I then finish working at home, switch off the home Mac, drive to the office and use Office Mac which has been switched off all week. After I launch Resilio Sync on my Office Mac will it begin a sync with Home Mac even though Home Mac is now switched off? A shorter question would probably be; do both my Macs need to be switched on all the time to keep themselves in sy
  4. Hi, I've installed Resilio Sync with the intention of syncing my Mac's Desktop & Documents folder between two Macs. I don't want separate sub-folders within a 'Resilio Sync' folder, I want a regular file hierarchy of [myusername]/Documents and [myusername]/Dekstop both kept up to date across the two Macs using Resilio Sync. I've setup a share of [myusername]/Documents on Mac 1 and emailed it to myself. Received it on Mac 2 and gone to setup a sync. But Resilio Sync is telling me I can't point the received sync at [myusername]/Documents on the second Mac as I 'Already have a