Each month, also in December, Microsoft released a patch for OneDrive for Business. The Update has the number KB 2910935. You may read the description here.
Responsible for the synchronization of data is OneDrive for Business, you may download a 32 Bit or 64 Bit Version here.
If you search on your local machine for a program with the name OneDrive for Business, you will have no success. To describe why, we have to look into the past:
|Groove||a peer to peer program, sync data over the firewall of your company. Founder was Ray Ozzie and the company named Groove Networks|
|SharePoint Workspace 2010||Microsoft overtook groove networks, renamed the product Groove to SharePoint Workspace 2010 and included new functionality. You still have had the peer to peer function, also you may have had sync data to you local machine, coming from SharePoint Server 2010. This was the first, you sync data from a SharePoint|
|SkyDrive Pro||the successor of SharePoint Server 2010 was SharePoint Server 2013. And also SharePoint Online, which is part of Office 365. With SkyDrive Pro you may sync data not only from SharePoint Server 2013 (on-premise) but also you may sync your document libraries from SharePoint online to your local machine.|
|OneDrive for Business||Microsoft must rename the little brother “SkyDrive” due to a judgment. They renamed SkyDrive to OneDrive, and SkyDrive Pro to OneDrive for Business.|
Therefore you will find the program Groove.exe still on your windows machine: “X:\Programm Files\Microsoft Office\Office 15” and this file and others are involved with the December patch KB 2910935.
|Groove.exe (November Update)||Groove.exe (December Update)|
Many people are waiting for new functionalities, but Microsoft fix only problems, you will have at many situations: Reliability, Reliability and Reliability. So Microsoft tell us MVP’s at MVP Summit in Redmond. new functionalities were returned, first synchronization must first run without errors.
And with this update, two major problems have been addressed:
document libraries and enabled Checkin / CheckOut
Assume that you configure a SharePoint document library so that it requires the documents to be checked out before they can be edited. In this situation, you cannot sync or repair the library by using OneDrive for Business.
Move multiple folders
You sync a document library by using OneDrive for Business, and then you open the synced library folder in Windows Explorer.
You move many folders into another folder, and then let it sync.
In this scenario, when the sync finishes, not all folders are moved to the target folder.
Both cases were adjusted with the update KB 2910935.