Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
README.txt 2012-07-19 1.0 kB 44 weekly downloads
DesktopSync_macos_0_9_6.dmg 2012-07-19 39.8 MB 11 weekly downloads
DesktopSync_windows_0_9_6.exe 2012-07-19 40.4 MB 2121 weekly downloads
DesktopSync_windows_0_9_5.exe 2012-06-28 40.4 MB 0
DesktopSync_macos_0_9_5.dmg 2012-06-28 39.8 MB 11 weekly downloads
DesktopSync_windows_0_9_3_(beta).exe 2012-03-23 104.2 MB 0
DesktopSync_windows_0_9_2_(beta).exe 2012-03-20 104.2 MB 0
Totals: 7 Items   368.7 MB 27
The Desktop Sync application synchronizes files between the client and Alfresco server. Currently its orientated to work with alfresco share part of the system. (Does NOT work with alfresco cloud service) To log-in you must enter your account id, password and URL in format - http://ip:port/alfresco/api (ex: http://www.websiteurl.com/alfresco/api or You can find the files that are being synchronized in "my documents" folder ================================================================================ When updating or reinstalling the application we would highly recommend deleting Desktop sync data files from %UserProfile%/appdata/local/ folder and desktop sync files from %UserProfile%/Documents/ folder. This is to remove any old data entries that may be invalid and cause various problems. You should also delete these files if you want to start fresh (files will be generated if not found on launch) NOTE: It is a must to remove old data when updating to 0.9.6
Source: README.txt, updated 2012-07-19

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