The Neural ownCloud Sync Client is a desktop program installed on an end-users computer.
It allows a user to specify one or more directories on the local machine to sync to the Neural ownCloud server. It allows the user to always have the latest ﬁles wherever they may be. When a change is made to the ﬁle on the computer, it will sync to the Neural ownCloud server via the sync client.
The ownCloud Sync Client is available for Windows, MAC OS X, and various Linux distributions.
Download Desktop Sync Client
To access the appropriate Desktop Client for your operating system, please access the ownCloud downloads:
Windows, Linux and Mac OSX - http://owncloud.org/sync-clients/
iPhone /iPad - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/owncloud/id543672169?ls=1&mt=8
Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.owncloud.android
Setting Up An Account
If no ownCloud account has been configured on your computer previously, the ownCloud Client will automatically assist in connecting to the Neural ownCloud Server.
As a first step, specify "https://oc1.neural.net.au" as the Server Address.
This is the same address that you use to access the web interface.
Next, enter the username and password. These are the same credentials used to log into the web interface. If you are unaware of your username and password details, please contact Neural Support.
Finally, choose the folder that the ownCloud Client is to sync the contents of your ownCloud account with. By default, this is a folder called ownCloud, which will be created in the users home directory.
At this point, the synchronisation between the root directories of the ownCloud server and the client will begin.