Bidirectional syncing allow files to be sync'd in both directions, that is changes made locally to a file are detected, and changes made to the cloud version of the file are also detected. However in this mode, users must be aware that Cloud Xtender will periodically scan the cloud service to detect file changes. In situations where the scanning frequency is very high (aka once a minute), an increase (sometimes unexpected) in network traffic can occur.
Articles in this section
- [EXPERIMENTAL] - Sync file action
- Using your own cloud provider application credentials
- Bidirectional syncing, what is the impact?
- File encryption and remote sync method, what are the limitations?
- What are the advanced setting used for?
- What does the Azure Page Blob type storage mean?
- How do I set up a Box provider?
- How do I set up cloud providers in Cloud Xtender?
- How do I set up a Dropbox provider?
- How do I set up a OneDrive provider?