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  1. no problems upgrading to this build as far as webui is concerned - all settings previously set were retained. thanks
  2. If that's the case then there's a design flaw with that implementation I found my original in "%appdata%\roaming\utorrent" instead of "%appdata\local\utorrent" - I simply copied it back over to where it's supposed to be, and the webui works again. I haven't upgraded my home server to 3.1.2 yet, will do so now to see if it exhibits the same behavior. Just realized, remote uTorrent server is Windows Server 2008 x64, home server is Windows Server 2003 x64. Going to %appdata% at home, there is no "Roaming" "Local" or "LocalLow" - it's JUST it's own directory. OK, @ home, upgrading to 3.1.2, on Server 2003, the webui stayed enabled, and my previously set username/password were retained this time, however, the "Alternative listening port" was disabled, where as I had it enabled previously. When I installed uTorrent to my Server 2008 box, I just typed in %appdata%, and found the uTorrent folder, and dropped the file into it. Didn't realize I was in roaming instead of local. Any way to test and verify this?
  3. Was the webui removed from 3.1.2? I have a remote box that I used the webui primarily to do stuff. When I saw the update for 3.1.2 was available I upgraded to it and logged out. Tried to actually access the webui today, and saw it was turned off in the advanced settings, and my login details were changed back toe "admin" and whatever the password is. After enabling it, I'm now getting "The µTorrent WebUI does not seem to be installed. Click here to try to install it, or see the guide for more details." Was this intentional to have everyone move over to the utorrent remote, or did somethign screwy happen on my end?
  4. After we drag the key in, is there any place to verify the key has been accepted (like a "registered to: mauirixxx" type of display)?