I have a large volume of photos and I want them to be stored both in OneDrive and Dropbox. But I have discovered that pointing both services to the same folder makes each service crazy with sync errors.
I read about a possible solution with the MKLINK command, but I couldn't make any progress with that.
Can this be done? Can I peacefully share a folder with both OneDrive and Dropbox? If so, how?
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Thank you, Rich. Before I give up altogether, and because there is no danger in my trying, I would like to know how it is possible. Is there a procedure that someone has outlined, even in theory, as to how it could work? I would like to try before I concede.
I never used dropbox and surprised that i cant see anyone before asked why i need it when i have for example onedrive.
Also I see problem here when syncing with both.
Why not start with the most fundemental and explain that.
both MS flows and ifttt do this. Just schedule it to run every few minites.
I'm looking right now for a full sync service so that I can have all my shared folders from either populate both.
Because I have people who share files using their service of choice. Different sharers use different services.
And I need the shared file to sync to my preferred service.
This is a completely valid use case.
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