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Q&A: Why isn’t my File Removed from Dropbox?
I’m testing your AlwaysUp with Dropbox. So far everything works great except for one case. When I delete a file from Dropbox.com online, it’s not removed from my hard drive. The file just stays in the local folder. I’m a … Continue reading
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Q&A: Can I Sync Multiple Dropbox Accounts with AlwaysUp?
I’m using AlwaysUp to install Dropbox as a service. Is it possible to run more than one Dropbox instance simultaneously, each from a different user profile? I realize in general this is a “Not A Good Thing to do”, but … Continue reading
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Q&A: Why can’t I open my Dropbox files even though Smart Sync is off?
I just installed AlwaysUp (22.214.171.124) 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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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: How do I tell that Dropbox is working as a Windows Service?
We’re trialing AlwaysUp to run Dropbox as a Windows Service without anyone logged on. But when I use AlwaysUp, I cannot see the Dropbox tray icon. How do I know that it’s working? — Wendy Hi Wendy. Yes, verifying that … Continue reading
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