>>> WebDav as much as I like it is probably out for what we are trying to do.. I'd prefer to have a copy on our servers at all times and acknowledge to our users that once out in a cloud scenario concurrency is never guaranteed. I just need the users to know how it works, before hand.
I believe WebDAV is a much better option than folder sync if you are mainly working on Office documents. If you have not tried it, I would strongly recommend to give it a try. Also, please note all DriveHQ services share the same backend storage. So you can use Drive Mapping, folder sync, FTP and web browser at the same time. If you want a copy of files on your local server, you can sync your cloud files with a folder on your local server.
>>> It would just be useful if the user was prompted(that you can turn off)/logged that during the sync if it noticed that they can't be synced due to some reason (editing at either end) a warning and location to the previously edited file could be found. Wouldn't you agree?
FileManager records the detailed sync events in the Event Log. To access it, click on Tools --> Manage Synchronization, then click the Event Log button. If FileManager encounters an error, you will see an error icon in the System tray notification area ( at the bottom-right corner of your screen).
>>> Can you point me to (if it exists) the server oriented service that can do the sync to multiple different locations of folders, that is a true service (ie: no need to log in to run it).
I am not completely sure about your question; it seems you want to sync multiple folders? With DriveHQ FileManager, you can sync any local folder with any cloud folder; moreover, you can create multiple sync tasks to sync multiple folders. After you create one sync task, just right click on another folder to create another sync task.
DriveHQ FileManager supports one-way sync. So if you use DriveHQ cloud as your main file server, you can use a Server-to-local sync task to backup files on DriveHQ cloud to your local server. The current version FileManager is a desktop program. If you log off your computer, it will stop running. So don't log off; you can lock your computer screen. (FYI, DriveHQ Online Backup runs as a background service).
>>> Not sure if this is an enterprise only, though I have asked for a trial, and I'm not sure that it went through since on the 2 step on clicking next it sent me back to the account I was logged into and never gave me message that it worked?. I did try this a few times though not when I wasn't logged in.
The enterprise free trial is usually offered to new users who need over 100GB + 20 user licenses. If you believe you need an enterprise service, please feel free to call / email DriveHQ customer support directly about your needs and request a free trial. You must have a business email / web domain to qualify.
>>> Copying in the support forum page:
>>> Thre is definatly something wrong .. in chrome it sometimes doesn't load this entry box, therefore I can't post .. and a reload might change that state, when I do a copy of something it goes in and then quickly dissapears & might remove more text that I've written (wierd), when you try the context menu Paste chrome prompts simularly that your cannot access the clipboard directly. in IE it prompted that I need to give permission to use the Clipboard.. I think your editor it trying to be too fancy!
It seems there is a bug in Chrome. If you access the support forum page using HTTPS, the rich text editor will not work. You can change the URL to HTTP. On Internet Explorer 11, it works fine. When you copy and paste, it will ask for permission to access the clipboard, make sure you click Yes. We will fix the problem ASAP.