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Windows 7: Sharepoint / OneDrive for Business

16 Feb 2017   #1

Sharepoint / OneDrive for Business

I have setup One Drive for Business to snyc with the Documents within SharePoint. When I give the user full access they can obviously see all folders/files. However when I remove the user from a certain folder it still shows the folder and old files within One Drive for business on the machine. The folder does disappear when using the web interface of SharePoint which is obviously correct. However somehow I need the folder to delete itself from One Drive for Business on the machine once the permissions are removed.

Anyone got any ideas on how this can be achieved?

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