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Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of help/en/howto/mount/issues


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Aug 30, 2017 12:38:49 PM (3 years ago)
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  • help/en/howto/mount/issues

    v18 v19  
    6363If your server does not accept the creation of `.` temporary files you might need to add the `--inplace` when running `rsync`.
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     65===  Warning when copying or moving files from network drive ===
     66Depending on your trusted sites settings you might see a warning dialog with the message ''These files might be harmful to your computer'' when trying to copy or move files and folders from a mounted network drive to your local computer. To make Windows trust your remote storage you need to add the hostname of your mount to your ''Internet Options''. Please refer to [https://superuser.com/a/149057] for more details.
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    6568== Interoperability ==
    6669We maintain a list of known providers that fail to work with Mountain Duck due to interoperability issues.
     
    102105Backup Software may not show Mountain Duck drives as they need to be run elevated due to accessing important system files. To resolve issues with Backup Software using Mountain Duck please Quit Mountain Duck, type "Mountain Duck" into the Start Menu and hit {{Ctrl+Shift+Enter}} to run it elevated - alternatively right click on Mountain Duck and choose "Run as Administrator".
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    104 ===  Warning when copying or moving files from network drive ===
    105 Depending on your trusted sites settings you might see a warning dialog with the message ''These files might be harmful to your computer'' when trying to copy or move files and folders from a mounted network drive to your local computer. To make Windows trust your remote storage you need to add the hostname of your mount to your ''Internet Options''. Please refer to [https://superuser.com/a/149057] for more details.
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    107107== Defaults on Windows ==
    108108Windows does not provide a shared way of setting defaults per app. Mountain Duck however implements a way of setting defaults in a similar way as mac OS does.
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