Thanks for the reply. Update:
(1) Now it's working
(3) Happened again. The same computer had 4/5 libraries turn "gray". This
might be related to (2) since it's always the same 4 libraries that have the
problem. These are all 4 libraries that used to exist at "Shared Libraries"
until last week when I deleted them and remade them as "Personal Libraries".
I re-re-re-added Computer "W" to one of these libraries and left the others
untouched. Curious to see what happens now.
"Jeremy Epling [MSFT]" wrote:
> Thanks for your feedback.
> Your migration issues where probably due to a slowness in the system
> yesterday, which has been fixed.
> We will look into your first website issue and the copy/paste feature request.
> Jeremy Epling
> Lead Program Manager - Windows Live Sync (formerly FolderShare)
> "delenca" wrote:
> > In contrast to some other posts on this website, I have to say that so far my
> > experience with the transition has beek ok.
> > Both computers running Win XP are currently running Live Sync successfully,
> > and my 5 folders are synchronized.
> > However, I have a found a few bugs, which I detail below:
> > 1) The website does not accurately report which computers are currently
> > synchronized.
> > 2) On Computer "W", 4/5 "Personal Libraries" did not get automatically
> > transferred from Foldershare to Live Sync - the program just reported that
> > there was an error and to go to the website to set them up again
> > 3) After completing (2) successfully last night, I woke up this morning to
> > discover that 3/5 libraries were grayed out for computer "W", meaning that
> > "W" was no longer getting the synchs. I re-re-set up those libraries in "W"
> > and since then (3 hours) I have had no problem.
> > 4) This is not a bug but a complaint about the user interface. Having to
> > navigate the hierarchy of the directories every time I have had to set up a
> > library is really cumbersome (especially because we have to wait for the
> > browser to read the directory contents and refresh). I have had to do this
> > several times over the last week and it's annoying. Why not just let the user
> > copy and paste a path?!
> > I have to say that I was surprised by the abruptness of the switch. I know
> > we have been warned of the impending transfer but at least give people a
> > heads up on when they should expect it! Bizarre to say the least.
> > So, in summary, my experience so far: bumpy but not the screeching crash I
> > had feared. (knock on wood)
> > -Alex