When onedrive for buisiness is installed you wil get a local cache where the files are stored.
In a big organisation where people are working on different places its making a lot of data Traffic and Large profiles stored on the systems
Is it an idea to make a onedrive that project the sharepoint folder on the computer but not sync to the local computer, so you stay with your folders and files in the cloud.
I know its possible to open the files in the explorer.
But it would be Great when logging in to a domain account one drive automaticly display it in the explorer
Andrew Smart commented
I have a a lot of issues with Onedrive/SharePoint sync. I am regularly prompted to save files in different location because the 'path' is not available but I can actually save to the folder. I get regular conflicts between my local version and the server version however I am the only person working on the file (the new Onedrive client appears to count SharePoint admin users as working on files). I have recently found approx. 20 image files that I purchased are gone and to top my frustration, I have spent 2-3 creating a presentation on Easter Sunday, I saved it and first thing on Easter Monday, I can see the file in my 'recent files' area but no where else. My experience with 'Onedrive' started with Groove...which was great. Skydrive was also great but my experience with Onedrive has been very poor. What is worst I have Dropbox for personal & back-up purposes...and I have never had a single issue with it. Microsoft.... please help!!
I had a much better experience on dropbox.... since I'm using OneDrive, I'm having issues that I wasn't not even questioning/facing before. For instance: the time it akes to upload a document, or when opening a doc, saving it on local desktop and then closing, it doesn't even warn you that your changes were not saved... and when you reopen the doc, nothing!... You can imagine the frustration when you spent 2 hours on a doc and it didn't get saved on OneDrive local desktop.
I did not have these issues with Dropbox...
Plus, the ability to generate a link from any doc and share it outside... in OneDrive we have to copy paste in a new folder, what a pain...