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settings.json file "empty"



In a posting on Reddit it was mentioned that some settings are contained in C:\ProgramData\StableBit DrivePool\Service\Settings.json.  I have two systems with drivepool installed. On one of them, the file looks like a normal .json file but on the other system it is binary zeros.

Is it safe to delete and let Drivepool recreate or ?



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It should be. Alternatively, if both have the same version of DrivePool, you could copy the known good one across to the other machine and then restart the latter's DrivePool service.

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