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If these two computer exist within the same network, you could setup a network share and change the location that these folders are pointing to on each computer (either manually by going into the users directory (In the Explorer Address bar, while logged into the user in question, type %USERPROFILE%) or through GPO). It's worth noting that the following ...


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hmm. sugar sync looks interesting. is there a free alternative? i don't have to necessarily have the files available online. just them synced between my computers Free alternative for sugar sync or dropbox is the basefolder, this application will allow its users to access their home computer files from anywhere. Your all files will be saved on your ...


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This isn't a feature that I've tried (There may be dragons ahead) but it sounds like it should do what you are looking for. Open Chrome Settings. Right at the top, under Sign-in, there is an Advanced Sync Options button. Click that. Deselect the option to sync settings. It's the best bet that I've come across.


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Since asking this question I received a reply from Amazon saying there is no synchronization available. If the same folder is uploaded again, warning messages appear for any files or folders already present, so there is no way to refresh except to delete and upload the whole thing again.


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You can try to do this: reattach the drive and put the symbolic link again let it sync until all of the content is in dropbox remove the drive let Dropbox erase the folder content remove the symbolic link on the web, click on the button to show deleted content mark the folder for retrieval in your Dropbox client, in selective sync mark the folder so that ...


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I guess you can use sugarsync to sync everything you want without having to copy everything. Update-1: Sync also syncs devices with the added advantage of not having to store them in the cloud


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You can use SyncToy to sync your entire folder, and its Free from microsoft. Check this out. Or, you can use Onedrive, GoogleDrive too. It just like a dropbox. :)



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