Smart Sync has started refusing to retrieve online only files on demand. The opening app returns an error that the file can't be read or is corrupted. I have to make them local to open the files. We are talking pdfs and word docs so small files. Tried rebooting and I have an internet connection, after all, I'm posting this. Windows Pro 1803 DB client 63.4.102
Thanks for the reports, I’ve forwarded this info to our team to conduct an investigation on it as we speak.I’ll update you here when I receive an update on this matter.
Has this been escalated as level3 incident? This is a Global Wide issue. Apparently is related with a MS Update but is affecting lot of users with SmartSync.
I received a call from another 3 clients with the same issue. We already try disabling AV/Antimalware, same issue.
The only workaround is to right click and select the Smartsync / Local option so the users can download files/folders locally but this can be used only on temporary basis.
The way we work is changing. Share and discover new ways to work smarter with Dropbox in our community.Sound good? Let's get started.
For more info on available support options, see this article.
If you found the answer to your question, please 'like' the post to say thanks to the user!