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Fix for onedrive sync issues

For many years, the Office 365 story has been that email (basically hosted Exchange) is fine, but OneDrive cloud storage isn’t. The key problem wasn’t with the cloud storage itself, but with the Windows sync client. It would mysteriously stop syncing and take a painful reset to get it back up and running.
For OneDrive users, the combination of the latest sync client and Files on Demand has made life easier. It isn’t fine, though, and I recently discovered another flaw. When you try to save a document to the OneDrive location on your PC, you get an odd “Upload disabled” message. If you go to the OneDrive website on the internet, everything works fine; but, this is not how most users want to work.
The most common solution is to go through OneDrive’s settings (right-click the little cloud icon to the right of the taskbar and choose Settings). Uncheck “Use Office 2016 to sync Office files that I open” on the Office page. But don’t go there just yet!

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When I try to sign in, I get a confirmation window with the words “Just a moment…” but it disappears quickly and nothing happens. When I try to sign in, I see credentials filling up in Credential Manager, and I’ve deleted all of these credentials many times (removing 50 credentials one by one is very time consuming) I’ve uninstalled Office and OneDrive full, then reinstalled it, but the problem still exists! What the hell is going on?!?!!? Specifications: -Windows 10, 64-bit-Office 2016, 64-bit from the Office365 portal (16.0.11029.20045)
All is in order!
FFS, the issue was with an obscure setting in OneDrive.
I simply turned on the “Use Office 2016 to sync Office files that I open” button, waited a few minutes, and then turned it off. This vexing problem is finally done! Oh, no.
All is in order!
FFS, the issue was with an obscure setting in OneDrive.
I simply turned on the “Use Office 2016 to sync Office files that I open” button, waited a few minutes, and then turned it off. This vexing problem is finally done! Oh, no.

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Macintosh OneDrive is one of several internet-based storage platforms available, but there are many reasons why you should use it over others. If you don’t know how to use it, however, see the pages below for instructions.
Microsoft’s OneDrive is a cloud-based storage facility for storing and hosting files (online). This means that as long as you have an internet connection on your computer, whether Windows or Mac, you can access your files from anywhere. Isn’t it fantastically convenient?
You may be wondering how it works. The procedure is straightforward: All you need is a Microsoft account, an internet connection, and a little patience (or a lot of patience, if your files are large).
Here’s how it goes: You’ll need a Microsoft account to access One Drive; then you’ll need an internet connection to connect to those files; and finally, you’ll need patience as the process unfolds because uploading files takes longer than downloading them, regardless of internet speed and power.

How to fix the “failed to check for updates” and “failed to

I’ve been battling this for a while and was able to get it to work for a while by rolling back the OneDrive edition, but the problem has reappeared. A few months ago, I asked a question on the Microsoft Community Forum, but it was not answered. I understand that copying and pasting the same information through two forums is a bad idea, so instead I’ll include a link:
OneDrive had been working for a while and had been updated by Office updates in my case. I found a difference in the folder icons of both shares after adding a second location to OneDrive: one had blue clouds as an icon and a root-folder called “Sharepoint,” while the other had a blue office building as an icon and a root-folder named. And there were the dreaded “upload blocked” errors that re-authentication couldn’t correct.
That led me to believe that I needed to start over with the share (the one with the blue clouds icon, which was the older current connection). So I turned off synchronization for that share, restarted OneDrive just to be sure, then deleted the “Sharepoint” folder from my hard drive, then went to the Sharepoint location in my webbrowser and pressed Synchronize.

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