Windows 10: Moving OneDrive to new folder
Moving OneDrive to new folder
Long story, but I had placed my onedrive folder inside a different online backup folder (I don't know don't ask me why lol). Anyway now I need to move the OneDrive folder back to the main C: drive folder, but I can't figure out how to stop syncing long enough to move.
I've tried to create a new folder, but it still wants to sync the old folder and since the folder is open in the sync, I can not move, close, delete, or create a new one. I searched google and it said "right-click the folder (in the left hand folder tree) and choose [settings]", however when right-clicking there is no settings link available.
I tried gpedit.msc, and the link required is not there either. So does anyone have any ideas.
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Ive also tried to do the old method of...
I see a folder titled OneDrive in Windows Explorer and I'm not sure how it works exactly. Can someone explain?
I have a laptop with about 68GB of OneDrive sync'd data. I now have a new laptop which I am setting up and it will replace my old laptop.
I've done some online research on this but not found an answer I trust.
What is the best way...
Found the problem. :)
While you are still listed as the owner of each subfolder in the OneDrive folder, some subfolders no longer have inherited permissions enabled.
If you Enable inheritance and OK for each affected subfolder in the OneDrive...