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Q&A: Why can’t I open my Dropbox files even though Smart Sync is off?

  I just installed AlwaysUp (13.3.3.17) specifically to keep a Dropbox synchronized with a Win 2012 R2 server. I have followed the installation guide (wizard and then double checked the setting). Smart Sync is turned off. The service seems to start … Continue reading

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Q&A: Why does AlwaysUp run the 32-bit Version of PowerShell?

  We have been trying to get a particular PowerShell script running as a service for some time now. I have been pulling my hair out but I think I finally found the issue and I don’t understand why it’s happening. … Continue reading

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Q&A: How do I get AlwaysUp to Run the Latest Google Drive for desktop?

  We’re using your AlwaysUp to run Google Drive for desktop even when no one is logged on. But the install folder keeps changing on update (folder name is the current Google Drive version). After an automatic update, AlwaysUp (obviously) still … Continue reading

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AlwaysUp Version 13: Easily Install Dropbox, OneDrive, Java and more as Windows Services; Full Support for Windows 11

AlwaysUp version 13 is available for download! To give you an idea of what to expect, here is a summary of the most impactful changes in this edition of our popular software: The new Application Advisor will help you add … Continue reading

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Q&A: Where does AlwaysUp store the Password for my Windows Account?

  I was looking to use AlwaysUp to run Excel as a service, and it looks like you can specify an account. How is the password stored when specifying an account? I want to make sure it’s stored securely. — Ben … Continue reading

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