RatHat

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  1. Hi all, I have had a DS918 for a little while now, and have had Resilio installed and working well, so that anything that I have on my work computer is copied to my NAS, and also to my home computer. Makes life a lot easier when I want to work from home. Anyway, this morning I decided to set up my NAS with HTTPS using a Lets Encrypt certificate, so followed the guide by Synology here: This all went OK, and I am now able to see my NAS using HTTPS. However, when I want to open Resilio, from the DSM, it tries to connect, then I get the following error message from
  2. Ok, it has taken me a while to get this working, so I thought I would share how I got the outcome I wanted. Guess this shows how good Resilio is, as I have had the pro version since it came out and have hardly ever had to do anything with it, so each time i do, it takes relearning all over again. Step 1. Unlink all devices, then re-link them all from the NAS Resilio Sync with all set to Disconnect. I had to reinstall the licence key here too as when I unlinked from my MacBook, I lost the license. Step 2. Disconnect and delete all previous synced folders. Step 3. I then copie
  3. Hi there, I have recently purchased a Synology DS918+ NAS, and have installed Resilio onto it. I have been using Resilio for several years to mirror document folders between my work macbook, and home iMac. This has been working effortlessly in the background, so I have had nothing to do other than agree to the occasional update. Now that I have the NAS, I want to mirror both computers to it, and am wondering what is the best way. Do I delete my original shared seteps and create a new one from the NAS? Or is there a better way? The way I have my syncs set up is as follows: