I am a one man IT support guy for homes and small businesses. I currently use Windows Server Essentials 2012.
All the folders on desktop machines are redirected to server by default.
My Documents, My Pictures, My Videos, My favorites, My Downloads.
I also have in my Dropbox (On the server) the same folders and I am manually syncing them with a different tool (good-sync and Core Technologies AlwaysUP)
As you can understand I have double the data usage since I have the same files in the Dropbox folders as I have in the Folder Redirection on the server.
My question is, can I install Boxifier on my server and tell it to sync my redirected folders to the same Dropbox folder? If the program will do that safely I would not need Dropbox installed on anything but the server since my server by default syncs the My Documents, My Pictures, My Videos, My favorites, My Downloads folders. If I go on the road with my laptop offline files would also be in sync because it just copies from the Redirected Folders.
If Boxifier can do this safely that could be a HUGE market since I have clients ask me all the time about putting their documents in a Dropbox account. (I have reserved this process I am using for myself and my father at this point. For my father with 5 computers (no server) I just remap the My Documents, My Pictures, My Videos, My favorites, My Downloads folders on his desktop to the Dropbox folders.
Any advice or experience would be greatly appreciated.