Bug: OneDrive fails after feature update if business name changed
When a company changes it's name on their Office365 account it causes the name of the OneDrive folder to change. For example, if "ACME Corp" signs up for Office365, their OneDrive folder that gets synced to PC's is named C:\users\username\OneDrive - ACME Corp. If they change their name on Office365 to "ACME Inc." then the next time a computer is configured or goes through a feature update OneDrive will create a new OneDrive folder on the system named c:\users\username\OneDrive - ACME Inc. The problem is that OneDrive throws an error saying the "OneDrive - ACME Corp" folder is not your original OneDrive folder and then forces the user to setup OneDrive from scratch. What needs to happen is that when an administrator changes their business name in Office365, that business name needs to automatically get updated on every system currently synchronizing to a OneDrive account in that organization. So: OneDrive - ACME Corp, should automatically get renamed to OneDrive - ACME Inc. on the user's PC as a part of the normal OneDrive synchronization process. Due to other problems with OneDrive such as Outlook trying to use the Documents folder as its default PST location, this rename should automatically occur during the next reboot of the computer so as not to run into issues with locked files.