1. xtophe's Avatar
    Hi! Since my Surface Pro Windows 10 has been updated with the Fall Creators Update, OneDrive files on-demand seem to work fine, but the 'status' icons don't always correspond to the real status of my files.
    For instance : some folders which are totally synchronized still have the double blue arrows ('synchronising' status) showing next to the file in Windows Explorer.
    Another example : some of my files were shared on OneDrive. I stopped sharing them (from OneDrive Web) but the 'status' icons (symbol of a person) are still there?
    It is annoying as I can never be sure of the real status of the files.
    Anyone has an idea on how to fix this?
    Thanks in advance.
    10-25-2017 11:55 AM
  2. xtophe's Avatar
    EDIT : I finally managed to fix the first problem by moving the files out of OneDrive and putting them back into it, forcing the syncing process to start from scratch.
    However, the shared icons are still there, next to files which are not shared anymore...
    10-25-2017 09:51 PM
  3. xtophe's Avatar
    After a while, some of these icons went wrong again: many folders show the double blue arrow (syncing) icon, even when all my files are up to date... anybody has the same problem?
    01-10-2018 11:19 AM

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