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save external Disq on "ONEDRIVE Entreprise"

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madimax
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save external Disq on "ONEDRIVE Entreprise"

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Hi,
How can I save manually an excternal Hard Disck on space of "ONEDRIVE Entreprise" , without using the native "sync tool" from Microsoft ?
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Re: save external Disq on "ONEDRIVE Entreprise"

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Hi,

Are you referring to ‘OneDrive for Business’ server?

If yes, you can use SyncBackPro to backup files from an external drive to OneDrive for Business server (but not supported in SyncBackFree). Please read the help file > cloud settings page for more details on how to create a OneDrive (Business) profile in SyncBackPro. You can also refer to this article for the basic steps to create a cloud profile in SyncBackPro:

https://www.2brightsparks.com/resources ... drive.html

If you do not own a copy of SyncBackPro and wish to test it's functions, you are welcome to try our fully functional SyncBackPro, which we offer a free 30-day evaluation.

http://www.2brightsparks.com/assets/sof ... _Setup.exe

If you do decide to purchase, the serial number will convert the 'trial' to the 'registered' version.

Thank you.
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