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OneDrive for Business | June-Update


Microsoft has published with KB3115163 another update for the “old” Synchronization Client Groove.exe.

Last month I have written here, that we have to explain a little time with Groove.exe. But we see light on the end of the tunnel (end of year 2016) for the Office 365 Users, although the on SharePoint premise users have to wait a little bit longer.

OneDrive for Business Sync Client, Groove.exe

So you should install this new patch.
Which errors do they fix with  KB3115163?

KB3115163 CPU usage may increase if the folder hierarchy changes conflict between the client and the server. This update also includes improvements for folder creation and moves when multiple devices are synchronizing the same library.

I remembered, that I have this behavior in the past. And I was unable to understand the behavior.

before 6/7/2016 after 6/7/2016
settings of the Groove.exe version 15.0.4823.1000 settings of the Groove.exe version 15.0.4833.1000

Also this month there are only 10 minor steps and this time and this time it applies only to groove files:changed files after the installation of patch KB3115163

Be aware that the update in Download Center applies to Microsoft Installer (.msi)-based edition of Office 2013. It doesn’t apply to the Office 2013 Click-to-Run editions such as Microsoft Office 365 Home

To determine whether your Office installation is Click-to-Run or MSI-based, follow these steps:

    1. Open an Office 2013 application, such as Microsoft Word 2013.
    2. On the File menu, select Account.
    3. For Office 2013 Click-to-Run installations, an Update Options item is displayed. For MSI-based installations, the Update Options item isn’t displayed.

    MSI oder C2R Installation

You will found the file groove.exe here:  X:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office15
So the version of the file should be 15.0.4833.1000 or higher.

OneDrive for Business | June–Update

12. Juni 2015 1 Kommentar

OneDrive for Business, Microsoft

Microsoft has released  this month two patches for OneDrive for Business.

before 06/12/2015 after 06/12/2015
Groove.exe, OneDrive for Business image_thumb[3]

the name of the sync client for OneDrive for Business is groove.exe and located at  X:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office15

You see, that are 8 minor steps forward.

What has been changed?

 

KB3054825

This update fixes the following issue:

Memory leaks when you use OneDrive for Business to synchronize files.

KB3054797
  • Improves reliability for Office 2013 applications when you use large libraries.
  • Provides additional auditing information for non–domain-joined computers that synchronize document libraries on the SharePoint server.
  • Improves synchronization for OneDrive for Business.
  • Fixes the following issues:
    • When you try to share a file that is saved on a SharePoint site by using the Invite People function in an Office 2013 application, you receive an error message if the URL of the file contains Czech characters.
    • When you try to open a document in an OneDrive for Business folder in Word 2013, Word 2013 stops responding. This issue occurs if the document is created by using a document template that is saved in an OneDrive for Business folder.
    • When you open certain files in OneDrive for Business folders, files are forked (that is, another duplicate file is created and saved by having the same name as the computer name) or a red "x" character is displayed on the files.
    • After you rename or change files quickly in OneDrive for Business folders, the files remain in Offline mode and cannot be synchronized.
    • When you synchronize files by using OneDrive, all Office files are in the Error state.
    • When you use OneDrive to synchronize a file that is changed on another computer, a red "x" character is displayed on the file.
    • Files on SharePoint Server 2013 servers that have certain configurations cannot be synchronized by using OneNote.
    • When you open a file that is edited by another user in an OneDrive for Business folder, the changes are not applied to the file.

However, these updates are only for msi installed programs

How to determine whether my Office installation is Click-to-Run or MSI-based:

  1. Start an Office 2013 application, such as Microsoft Word 2013.
  2. On the File menu, click Account.
  3. For Office 2013 Click-to-Run installations, an Update Options item is displayed. For MSI-based installations, the Update Options item is not displayed.

C2R Version von Office

There should be version 15.0.4727.1002 or higher

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