We want to use it for storing backup files which are always larger than 2gb. Most media files are also over that limit. The corporate drive would only be useful for larger files in our case. User drives are fine but not the corporate store.
Oh boy. I've been going back and forth with support for ODFB for the past couple of days.
Sadly they can't help as the ******* product is S*HT. Or at least the sync program is.
When you sync a folder to ODFB, the program creates ghost files to your C: drive, equaling the amount of data you are syncing. So, if you sync a folder from your D: drive with 50gb, your C: will gain a folder of AT LEAST 50gb in it.
Microsoft said this is by DESIGN.
Those morons just can't get anything right. Who's got a 1tb ssd as a system drive?