1,429 votes134 comments · OneDrive on Windows » Desktop (Sync, Files On-Demand) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We are focused on performance of the client across various scenarios: new files, file edits, initial sync. We’ve made numerous improvements over the course of the past year and have additional work planned in this area.Anonymous commented
Turning off files on demand should make things worse, not better. Files on demand is what prevents the ENTIRE LIBRARY from syncing to your local computer. Files on demand means leave all data as cloud copies until I open it, then fetch it for me and keep it in sync.Anonymous commented
I have been trying to migrate a client with 340GB of data to a new tenant for a week now! 20GB of data transferred in a week from 3 different locations. Ffailed migrations with the SPMT, Onedrive, and powershell! This is simply unacceptable. Seems daily starting at 2pm EST until 12am EST, the transfer rates STOP. 0.00/KB sec. At first I thought was a problem with the new SPMT, then I thought maybe the tenant was throttled., opened ticket, was told to wait 24hrs, and try again. No results. I'm about ready to abandon onedrive and sharepoint for myself and my clients. Support told me I *may* be being throttled but i dont see how, only 20gb of data uploaded from 3 locations over a week gets me throttled? That doesn't even make sense!