Directory Watcher add-on for Windows Home Server

Directory Watcher is a add-in for Windows Home Server, which makes it possible to monitor any folder on the home server, e.g. if, for memories of the finished downloads, or storage of files in user directories. Because a watched folder monitored at the same time all subdirectories, people can store files in their user directory […]

Directory Watcher is a add-in for Windows Home Server, which makes it possible to monitor any folder on the home server, e.g. if, for memories of the finished downloads, or storage of files in user directories. Because a watched folder monitored at the same time all subdirectories, people can store files in their user directory and you will be notified by email about it. Can you not reach your email account, so you can retrieve the feed on the public website with all the changes. The add-in installation is just as you would expect. Put the downloaded msi file into the \\SERVER\Software\Add-Ins folder, Then open the Console, go to Settings and pick the Add-Ins option. On the Available tab you will find Directory Watcher. Click to install and let the Console restart. When you open the Console again, you’ll find the extra tab corresponding to Directory Watcher. All very simple so far. Assuming you have a reason to need Directory Watcher on your WHS, the first thing you will need to do is sort out the Settings.

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