uTorrent addin for Windows Home Server

Marcel Nouwens uTorrent addin for Windows Home Server grabs information from uTorrent’s webGUI and displays it in the console.  It does just what you would need it to: it displays a list of your torrents, their status and other information about them.  It also lets you add, remove, stop, start, and force start torrents. On the settings […]

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Marcel Nouwens uTorrent addin for Windows Home Server grabs information from uTorrent’s webGUI and displays it in the console.  It does just what you would need it to: it displays a list of your torrents, their status and other information about them.  It also lets you add, remove, stop, start, and force start torrents. On the settings page, you just need to supply the full URL for that you would access the webGUI with.  For my server, that is “http://ummon:16655/gui”.  You would need to change that info based on your setup.  You also need to supply the user name and password to get it working too.

Download the package which comes with an installation guide, by Deciphered, which explains how to set everything up.

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