Robertsonland wrote:Thanks for the reply.
I think windows offline files is the opposite of what I want to do. She saves to her local HDD and I want that to sync up to the NAS realtime. I pretty much need Dropbox/Sugar Sync where my NAS is the cloud. Perhaps once DSM4 comes out of beta they will expand it's capabilities to move more than 100MB and perhaps monitor different directories as well as place the files in different directories on the NAS.
jokemeister wrote:I thought the Synology Data Replicator had the ability to live sync folders unless I've got myself mixed up.
Robertsonland wrote:3. If she deletes a file it would be "marked for deletion" but would not be purged for X number of days to allow her to recover if it was inadvertently deleted but won't waste a ton space keeping a lot of old files there indefinitely.
Fit wrote:As soon as Data Replicator syncs, it will delete files on the DiskStation side as well. It will not wait for X amount of time; you cannot configure this.
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