I’ve setup seafile on a terminal server so my users can sync their Files TO a central server store.
However it seems if the SOURCE is seafile, and the DESTINATION is a windows based storage, seafile doesn not sync.
This is what my setup is
Laptop with local storage syncs files from c:\users\username\desktop* with Seafile so files are replicated TO the seafile server storage (so the users files backed-UP in a safe place).
However if the same user with seafile in their Terminal server account logges on and wants to replicate FROM seafile to c:\users\username\desktop\ on the terminal server (which is actualy no more or less then another seafile source/destination), seafile doesn’t pick up new files and folders in the seafile account.
However, the FILES ARE on the seafile server and CAN be accessed through the seafile webinterface.
I allso noticed I LOSE files because seafile doesn’t see the difference between new files, or files that should be deleted (however i can nog yet replicate the situation), so seafile does not allways know what the source and destination is.
It would be helpful, if i could override with a setting in the seafile client what the source and what the destination is (just like in good old synctoy from microsoft).