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OneDrive and Windows 10 Preview

2. Oktober 2014 1 Kommentar

OneDrive

My colleague Martin Geuss, Microsoft MVP, has already been pointed out in Dr.Windows, that you should not use  Windows 10 Preview in a production environment.

For testing you should also think about a separate Windows Account.

I have received a notice …

after upgrading from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 Preview

… and this morning I went to open a personal document from consumer OneDrive… but the doc wasn’t there. Then I realised that a couple of folders were missing and in turn realised that thousands of my photos had disappeared.
Luckily, I located these thousands of files in the OneDrive recycle bin and have now restored them. But why did this even happen in the first place?
I think this is probably something to do with OneDrive wanting to make everything available offline after I’d upgraded (which I didn’t want), so I set everything to be available online-only (everything was already online prior to the u/g) and then I could later choose what I wanted to be offline. Although I don’t really know why this resulted in so many files being moved to the OneDrive recycle bin.
I think everything is now back to "normal"…

The background should (could) be under circumstances that OneDrive is a newer Version in Windows 10 Preview

Windows 8.1 Windows 10 Preview
SkyDrive, OneDrive settings in  Windows 8.1

SkyDrive, OneDrive settings in  Windows 10 Preview

Version 6.3.9600.17278 Version 6.4.9841.0

So we see that the minor version is increased from 3 to 4.
You always should noticed:

"Windows 10 is a preview is a preview is a preview"

OneDrive und Windows 10 (Preview)

2. Oktober 2014 1 Kommentar

OneDrive-Logo-300x94

Mein Kollege Martin Geuss, Microsoft MVP, hat bei Dr.Windows schon darauf hingewiesen, die Windows 10 Preview nicht in einer Produktivumgebung einzusetzen.

Der Hinweis, über ein separates Microsoft Konto für Windows 10 Preview nachzudenken, ist wichtig. Denn ich habe bereits einen Hinweis erhalten…

… and this morning I went to open a personal document from consumer OneDrive… but the doc wasn’t there. Then I realised that a couple of folders were missing and in turn realised that thousands of my photos had disappeared.
Luckily, I located these thousands of files in the OneDrive recycle bin and have now restored them. But why did this even happen in the first place?
I think this is probably something to do with OneDrive wanting to make everything available offline after I’d upgraded (which I didn’t want), so I set everything to be available online-only (everything was already online prior to the u/g) and then I could later choose what I wanted to be offline. Although I don’t really know why this resulted in so many files being moved to the OneDrive recycle bin.
I think everything is now back to "normal"…

die kurze, einfache Übersetzung:

Es wurde ein Upgrade auf Windows 10 Preview durchgeführt, und natürlich ist hier das Windows Konto das gleiche wie unter Windows 8.1…. Und nach dem Update wurden alle Bilder und Dokumente in den Papierkorb verschoben und mussten mühselig wiederhergestellt werden.

Der Hintergrund dürfte (könnte) unter Umständen sein, dass OneDrive in Windows 10 Preview eine wesentlich neuere Version ist.

Windows 8.1 Windows 10 Preview
OneDrive, SkyDrive, Version unter Windows 8.1

OneDrive, SkyDrive, Version unter Windows 10 Preview

Version 6.3.9600.17278 Version 6.4.9841.0

Wir sehen also, dass sich die Minor Version von 3 auf 4 erhöht hat.

Soviel zur produktiven Umgebung…und ich ende mit einem Zitat von Martin Geuss:

“Windows 10 ist eine Preview ist eine Preview ist eine Preview”

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