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    Anonymous commented  · 

    In my OneDrive I have currently about 315000 files - on my private PC. When using OneDrive for business needs, I will have more. As a software developer working for multiple huge enterprises, I would expect OneDrive to handle multi-million files without any issues.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Have Adobe and Magix. Magix is a very hard to configure beast. It's impossible to configure the shop system not to use the document location to save its cache-files and it's updating these files regularly, so this missing feature does slow down my uploads dramatically by uploading completely useless files.

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    tell us more  ·  Casey Penk responded

    Hi, can you tell us more about what you mean by this? How would this feature work? Thank you.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think you are looking for something some third party tools do provide. You might search for "BoxCryptor", which is able to create a layer "above" OneDrive and transparently encrypt/decrypt the files before saving/loading the files. This way the files on the disk and in the cloud are encrypted and will be decrypted "on the fly" when accessing them. By integrating such a system into OneDrive, the files in the cloud might also be accessible without the software, but by providing the key to the browser.
    If you want just to protect the files on your PC you might use some kind of full disk encryption like BitLocker (win 10 pro) or some 3rd party software.

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