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Not sure if this is the same problem, but on latest versions of Windows 10 and OneDrive app, WHEN FILES-ON-DEMAND IS ENABLED, ONLY APPLICATIONS THAT RESIDE IN THE WINDOWS FOLDER SHOW STATUS CORRECTLY. So most system apps and Windows Explorer work without problems, but 3rd party apps (or even Microsoft apps in Program Files dirs, such as Sysinternals) show SYNCING STATUS (both in status column, visible in e.g. file dialogs, or as icon overlays).
IF I MOVE 3RD PARTY APPS TO WINDOWS DIR, EVERYTHING WORKS CORRECTLY IN THEM.