Syncthing Server

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The problem:

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Run at user log on or at system startup using Task Scheduler ¶ Start the Task Scheduler either by going to Start Menu Windows Administrative Tools and clicking on Task Scheduler,. Create a new Task (“Actions” sidebar “Create Task”). General tab: Name the task (for example. Aug 03, 2020 Syncthing is a P2P (peer to peer) network that allows you to keep your files synchronised. Syncthing aims to replace services such as: Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive. By putting the user in control of their own data. Syncthing enables the user to set up multiple 'nodes' which can communicate with eachother. Using Syncthing who needs servers. Published June 17, 2020 #howto, #p2p. Syncthing is a way to keep things up-to-date across machines without going through any 3rd party servers. You get both backup and file synchronization without pesky servers just using the computer capacity you probably already have laying around. Lets give it a spin. Amazon Affiliate Store ️ we used on Kit (affiliate Links) ️ ITProTV.

Our organisation has been using syncthing sporadically and it has been something of a disaster. There is only one IT guy who knows how to get a share working on a new members machine, and when he is not available, its not possible to sync. Add to this the issue that most people dont have syncthing starting up automatically (because they dont know how to do this on a mac), we have the situation that out of say 50 people, only 1 is online with syncthing running. The next issue, is if you want access to one of the company shares, how to find someone to get it. You need to ask many people to find someone who has the share, and then you add their device Id, they add your device ID, but nothing happens. No share. Unless the IT guru steps in to fix it.

The solution.

What we are thinking of is to setup a pair of syncthing servers. These will be always available, unlike users. However, if someone adds one of the servers device IDs, how would the server “allow” them to see it? would the IT guy need to login to the two servers each day, to check for sharing requests, or is there some other way to manage it?

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I saw one blog where it shows you can make the servers web UI available externally, and password protect it. Or perhaps there is a way to send an email notification if someone tires to add the servers device ID? Or perhaps the new user sends an email to an admin, along with their device Id, and the admin logs intot he server, and does the link from the other end?