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  # 1824703 18-Jul-2017 18:59
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  # 1824805 18-Jul-2017 21:58
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Do report what you find, I'm interested to know what's secretly downloading (or uploading) ...




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  # 1826107 20-Jul-2017 19:11
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Try using O&O Shut up 10 to turn off all the telemetry garbage and check that onedrive isn't constantly trying to upload stuff  




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  # 1830406 25-Jul-2017 23:59
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Crashplan not respecting network selection. Crashplan service no longer appearing in services list on Windows 10 so only option is really uninstall it until they are back.

Thanks for the Glasswire suggestion.




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  # 1830456 26-Jul-2017 08:15
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Thanks for the update. Will need to take that into consideration myself. Probably what caused the same issue for me when we were away in January.




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  # 1835111 1-Aug-2017 17:15
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Parents-in-law back at home, connected via fibre. Reinstalled Crashplan but this time for all users (it installs as a service for one user it's a startup program) so that I can stop the service if needed.

 

Looking at the backup and at the files... They had about 10 GB of photos copied to the laptops in the last two weeks. No wonder this was going through the 3 GB mobile data packs like crazy...





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