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urban.hake

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hey!
I have a problem. Tests Workspac 2.0 RC1.
How is it supposed to file syncing to work?
Will it sync a folder on a server to the client or the Workspace to the client.
I have tried but can not it work properly.
Attaching the log from the client wokspace.

Background:
When we work with files on our server ..... CAD files that are large ... we want them to appear on a folder on the server but could be managed through the workspace to get a better and faster overview of versions in the projects.
Cadfilerna should not disappear into a database structure that is completely unreadable to any applications other than workspace. Must remain in the windows directory structure.

Best regards Urban

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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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The sync works as a two-way synchronization between a selected filelibrary stored on the server and a local folder, so it exactly does what you need.
Can you send me a complete copy of the debug log file? Go to "About->View Debug Log->Save to file" and send me the file to skolar<_at_>kerio.com
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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Can you also send me what do you get if you open the command window (run->cmd.exe) and type "set"?
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urban.hake

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The client isn't able to sync files into a folder hosted on a server. It's a bug in the client and KERIO going to fix it.

Tanks for a very god support.

Best regards
Urban



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