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Old 07.05.2021, 13:24
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Hi,

I would like to run multiple instances of JD. I have multiple Premium accounts of the same host and I am using separate proxies in each JD.

the first JD is installed in my C drive.. The default location.

The second JD I installed in another drive (E:). As I run the 2nd instance of JD,I noticed that its not showing "settings" and couple of other tabs in the Interface.

https://board.jdownloader.org/attach...1&d=1620386635

Is it normal? Am I doing something wrong? Will the downloads may get corrupted in the 2nd instance of JD?

Kindly enlighten me.

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Old 07.05.2021, 15:58
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Hi,
there is no need to run multiple instances of JDownloader for your use case!
You can easily use one instance and use multiple proxies at the same time for different services.
In Settings->Connections, just setup the different proxies, for example
add new proxy, set mode to whitelist and add jdownloader.org
modify "No Proxy", set mode to blacklist and add jdownloader.org
that way every download from jdownloader.org will use the proxy and rest will use direct/noproxy
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Old 07.05.2021, 16:00
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the first JD is installed in my C drive.. The default location.

The second JD I installed in another drive (E:).
No need to install it multiple times, Just copy the complete JDownloader folder to different locations and you can run/setup them independently
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Old 07.05.2021, 16:01
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Is it normal? Am I doing something wrong? Will the downloads may get corrupted in the 2nd instance of JD?
Settings and MyJDownloader tab are hidden by default You can go to Window-Menu->Settings, and there you can open the tabs
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Old 07.05.2021, 16:01
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In case you need further help/got questions about proxy setup, just ask
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Old 07.05.2021, 17:43
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In case you need further help/got questions about proxy setup, just ask
Thank you for addressing my issue.

My requirement is like this. I have 10 proxies, 10 Uploaded Premium accounts and 6 Nitroflare Premium accounts

I want that :

Proxy 1 should only and only download from Uploaded account no 1 and Nitroflare account no 1

Proxy 2 should only and only download from Uploaded account no 2 and Nitroflare account no 2

and so on.. Is it possible?

How cookies will be dealt with separately for each proxy?

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Old 07.05.2021, 18:07
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Yes, that is possible
And logins cookies are stored via account and because of that JDownloader tries to stick with one proxy to avoid issues.
See the white/blacklist for examples. It shows how to white/blacklist domains and accounts

You will have three proxy entries
Proxy1: whitelist
accountNameA@uploaded.to
accountNameB@nitroflare.com

Proxy2: whitelist
accountNameC@uploaded.to
accountNameD@nitroflare.com

NoProxy: BlackList
uploaded.to
nitroflare.com
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