Windows 10 May 2020 Update breaking OneDrive syncing

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 23 2020 @ 22:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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A new issue with Microsoft's Windows 10 May 2020 Update has been discovered. After updating to the latest version of Windows 10, numerous users are experiencing issues with OneDrive file syncing. Microsoft's engineering team is looking into the bug and will hopefully have a fix soon.
Adding to the growing list of problems with the latest feature upgrade is a bug affecting some OneDrive users.

"I recently updated Windows 10 to version 2004, and after the last update-related reboot OneDrive would keep complaining about not being able to connect to Windows--required for the Files On-Demand feature," a user wrote on Microsoft's Tech Community forums.

The user says they tried a workaround related to cldflt.sys offered in a support article, but to no avail—the files remained inaccessible.
Via: HotHardware

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