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Old 07-03-2022, 07:01 AM
Ivy Ivy is offline Onedrive Windows 10 Onedrive Office 2016
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We are copying from windows to Onedrive, my question: Is there a way to limit the transfer speed because the transfer process always takes all the bandwidth and this affects the network while the employees work? Is there a way to copy the long path names because it always stops the Onedrive agent from transferring?



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Old 07-21-2022, 06:02 AM
ZanderEdward ZanderEdward is offline Onedrive Windows 11 Onedrive Office 2019
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there is a way through the Onedrive App , please check this article to configure
Change the OneDrive sync app upload or download rate.

And as a straightforward answer, limiting the transfer speed is not an option available in all backup tools so this option is surely available in Gs Richcopy 360 and Syncback pro, and also both supports copying long pathnames .

Note : Onedrive App does not support long pathnames
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Old 07-26-2022, 01:14 AM
Ivy Ivy is offline Onedrive Windows 10 Onedrive Office 2016
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Excellent suggestion, now Gs Richcopy 360 does a great job for me to backup to Onedrive, and has an effective feature to limit the transfer speed and it handles long pathnames
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