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Chrome recover your history, settings and data, such as bookmarks, extensions, etc., didn't access every site in history again, only makes a connection to Google Server to recover your Google Account. The same for using Chrome for Android or iOs. Google Help


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Nothing wrong with this setup. After waiting another day the windows client showed those shares. They already had been synchronized at that point of time.


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Recent versions of iTerm2 support explicitly setting the location of the preferences file, which you can stick in ~/DropBox/Apps/com.googlecode.iterm2.plistand that seems to work fine. The iTerm2 preference is under the "General" tab.


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Make them all hardlinks: one file on disk, many references wherever you want.


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Source control software maintain links to share a file between several projects. If you make changes in one project, changes will be automatically propagated to other projects. Sinne you are using VisualStudio, please check whether your license covers Microsoft SourceSafe which is a easy to use source Control software. Otherwise take a look on open source ...


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I've been using Owncloud for the past two years to do exactly what you're asking. It supports groups and users, so depending on what you'd like to do, you can either set each computer up as a user to have separate root directories to sync to, or have one account with folders for Computer1 through Computer5. Owncloud also supports file versioning, so if you ...


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This is a little late, but may help others search around. OneDrive does not want any part of a network drive, but you can trick it into using a mapped network drive as its primary storage by creating a Symbolic link. Here's the quick and dirty steps: Create folder on the root of your C drive (e.g. C:\Share) Create a folder inside of that called ...


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Actually in the century of cloud facilities the Google is more convenient. But take a look on security side, especially in case when you use a "holey" web-browsers. Simple perl exploit may catch your session parameters and you will lose your confidentiality.


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What I ended up doing finally (all those months ago) is use the Exchange Setup to only extend the Active Directory Schema. The actual command is setup /ps - this doesn't install exchange but it extends the Active Directory Schema to include the custom attributes (among other exchange attributes).


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Personally, I would say to disable the exchange cache mode. This will stop sync of the mailboxes, and only show an online copy. We've had to do the same for clients with bad connections. In Outlook 2013: "File" > "Account Settings" > Choose which mailbox, and click "Change", disable "Use cache exchange mode". We have been transferring some of our ...


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Keep in mind that folder in an MS-Exchange environment are synched folders. If you move a single message to the folder in outlook, the synch to the server folder happens very quickly and on the spot. Thus making it available to be synched by other devices. On the other hand you have done many 1000's of messages at once, multiply that by 30 clients all ...


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I have had a lot of problems connecting Galaxy S3 to Windows 8 -- it turns out that the problem seems to be with Android drivers having problems with the machines I am connecting to, all of them are 64-bit if that is the problem. What I have found is to install the airdroid app and the phone pics, music, etc.. are accessible from the computer via ...


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See about RSync, it is tried and true (old faithful) and works on different OS's. There is a frontend you can also use called DeltaCopy for ease of deployment. http://www.aboutmyip.com/AboutMyXApp/DeltaCopy.jsp


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The only thing I can think off is that perhaps MX records/auto-discover settings aren't configured properly. If possible, please can you provide me with your domain name? I would suggest you make sure the following is complete. MX Records Turn off send/receive connectors for your old online exchange (if possible). Within the DNS configuration for your ...


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There is also OneClipboard - http://oneclipboard.crushingboredom.com/ which is free and open source ( https://github.com/krishnaraj/oneclipboard ). Disclosure: I am the author of OneClipboard.


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Its an MTP device so... plug it in, open "This PC" in explorer, right click on the device icon that's there (its a mp3 player icon with the model number of your phone for some inconceivable reason) , and select "Import pictures and video". With minor changes this would work with older versions (its "My Computer" on those). You can also selectively copy ...


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For all versions of Firefox (including 30, the latest at the time of this post) you can press Alt and then, when the menu appears at the top, select Tools → Sync Now. In addition you can also reduce the sync duration: Type about:config in the address bar, hit enter and confirm you'll be careful. Search for services.sync.syncInterval Change this value to ...


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This is not normal behavior. While installation can take some time, one hour is far too long. I would try killing the process and reinstalling per these instructions.


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As far as I know, nothing has changed much in the latest versions of Firefox except the user interface : One sets up the sync in menu "Tools → Options → Sync", then uses "Tools → Sync Now". If you do not see the menu, right-click an empty space in the above panels and click on "Menu Bar". @Peltier: If the problem is with the new panel that is opened by ...


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If the missing files are few or small or, however, recovery isn't a hassle: Select the folder where the files were. Select "Team" > "Update". The files will be reintegrated. Delete the files from Eclipse, this time. Select "Team" > "Commit", and Bob's your uncle. Otherwise, the procedure is more awkward (and possibly not the correct one: yet, it works). ...


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I love git, but unfortunately, git is not right tool for this task. Git was designed to very efficiently keep change history for mostly text content repositories. While git does support keeping binaries, it will have to keep them forever in history so you can checkout to any revision, which is very expensive in terms of disk space. Also, assuming that your ...


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I realise that this is not really answering your question, but... wouldn't rsync be far easier to keep two folders in sync?


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I think it's definitely the Google Sync. Try turning that off on all devices, clear the usernames and passwords and then turn sync on.



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