I used to automatically get my photos taken with my phone uploaded on onedrive and on my onedrive folder in my computer. Now I can not. Does anyone know how to get that function back?
I’m trying to play a free copy of Devil May Cry from Twitch Prime. The problem is the game writes save files to
C:Users[user]OneDriveDocumentsMy GamesDevil May Cry HD Collection, but it wants to read save files from
C:Users[user]DocumentsMy GamesDevil May Cry HD Collection. This means that to play the game, you have to manually move your save files prior to trying to load. Other players of the Twitch Prime version of the game have the same problem, and no solution has been found.
I was wondering if there is any way to force the save files to be saved to the standard location, rather than the OneDrive location.
I have an Excel file shared on OneDrive. How can I know who is locking the file without going to the online web Excel version?
I have a workflow notification that triggers on new and changed items for a document in SharePoint.
Just recently, the notification is triggering when a link is shared. Why would this be? The document isn’t new, nor has it been changed.
I bought a phone from someone, and while uploading photos it’s uploading them to their OneDrive. How do I change it so photos are uploaded to my OneDrive?
I’m working on setting up a Citrix XenDesktop ltsr 7.15 environment with FSLogix profile/office 365 containers for my company and one of the requirements I was given was to have onedrive setup by default to store documents on the cloud only. On a normal desktop this is pretty easy to accomplish, just set A GPO to enable “files-on-demand” by default, however when I enabled the policy for my virtual environment files are still being cached locally on the drive with no error given. I disabled the setting and enabled it through one drives settings menu and now I get the following error. Screenshot of Error The only suggestions I’ve found so far are running updates, using the /reset option with the executable, and running the installer again after login. None of these methods have worked for me so far, I’m still not even sure what is causing the error. I’ve heard it’s been fixed in windows 10 1803 but Citrix isn’t working with that version yet so I have to hold off on that update for now. Does anyone out there have an idea that I haven’t seen yet?
I like that OneDrive can easily sync photos to my desktop Win 10 PC. My PC is my central repository of all my photos. I’m not looking to use OneDrive as the final destination – just a “pipeline” to neatly get my phone’s photos to my PC without filling up OneDrive. I don’t want to delete the photos from my phone – nor from the destination PC. I just don’t want OneDrive to fill-up beyond capacity. Thanks in advance for any thoughts or suggestions.
I want use onedrive as my cloud storage, I’ve found this (http://xmodulo.com/sync-microsoft-onedrive-linux.html) on the web but the program doesn’t support elementary OS.
If i could not find a way, I have no choose but changing my distro to mint
When it comes to “change OneDrive Location” with the OneDrive Desktop application, we are not able to choose the whole drive as the principal folder.
Example: if we choose “F:” as the OneDrive folder, the application converts it automatically to “F:OneDrive”.
Is there a way to use the whole “F:” as the principal folder?
When it comes to “change OneDrive Location” with OneDrive Desktop application, we are not able to choose the Whole drive as the principal Folder.
Example: if we choose “F:” as the OneDrive folder, the application convert it automatically to “F:OneDrive”.
Is there a way to use the whole “F:” as the principal folder ?