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Message 2006167 - Posted: 7 Aug 2019, 15:26:31 UTC - in response to Message 2006158.  

You mean that Science United doesn't use the BOINC platform? If it does, then you should be able to use an app_config file. The only way that it wouldn't is that Science United provides a different client than BOINC.
Science United DOES use the BOINC platform (with standard clients). So, SU users do have the same access to:

* Local preferences ('global_prefs_override.xml')
* Client configuration ('cc_config.xml')
* Anonymous Platform ('app_info.xml')
* Project-level configuration ('app_config.xml')

For details, see the User manual

But as tullio suggests, SU does make it almost impossible to use the web-based account management tools, at any project.
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Message 2006169 - Posted: 7 Aug 2019, 15:38:49 UTC - in response to Message 2006167.  
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I am running Milkyway@home tasks and Asteroids@home tasks, with good results as I see them in my BOINC manager. I stated my interests as Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry, but I see only astronomy tasks. I am credited with 26 LHC@home tasks but I never saw them running. I dedicated a Windows 8.1 PC to Science United just to see what it was doing. It is running also a Linux Virtual machine, with SuSE Tumbleweed and a 5.2 kernel but that does not depend on Science United.
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