I'm really confused. We have several users at work that have dropbox installed on Windows 10. They are all running v67.4.83, but some of them have a search box at the top of the system tray pop-up menu and others don't?
Why am I seeing an optiont to search files in some installations of dropbox and not on others?
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Not making any progress with dropbox support so I'm coming back to the community. They are just trying giving me the canned responses of 'your dropbox install has a problem, uninstall, reboot, wipe registry, reboot, reinstall, etc...etc... None of which has any affect and this makes no logical sense because I went to the exact same computer that has a dropbox which has the dropbox search menu and I have a 2nd user profile on that same computer. When I run dropbox on that computer my account doesn't get the search box, but the other account does get the search box. That 2nd profile is also a pristine/new profile. So it simply doesn't follow logic that this is a local computer issue.
This really looks like it is a 'feature' rollout issue and only some accounts/users have this feature activated.
That's fine, but dropbox needs to share this information and CONFIRM it with it's users rather than make it a 'stealth' deployment.
Google does this stuff all the time and it's hugely disruptive and a waste of everyone's time, not because it's a partial rollout, but because they don't tell anyone *including* their own tech support....
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