Can I access OneDrive in DOS

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  1. Posts : 2
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    ricardobohner said:
    @lafleurh What is your question?


    What happens if the file is not stored locally with the command line?
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       #12

    lafleurh said:
    What happens if the file is not stored locally with the command line?
    It doesn't work.

    Similarly if you use robocopy to mirror OneDrive to backup destination it will create zero sized backup files which is annoying.
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       #13

    @lx07: Since Windows 10 Fall Creators update you can use the attrib command to make online-only files available offline.

    For example, you have a file called file.txt in your Games folder that is available online only and you want to copy it to your desktop:

    Code:
    attrib +p -u %userprofile%\onedrive\Games\file.txt
    copy %userprofile%\onedrive\Games\file.txt %userprofile%\desktop
    attrib -p +u %userprofile%\onedrive\Games\file.txt
    attrib -p +u would make the file available online only again

    If you want to make all files in Games available offline:

    Code:
    attrib +p -u /s %userprofile%\onedrive\Games
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