Has anyone experienced not being able to save the transform project to a OneDrive folder? I could do an initial ‘Save as’ to a OneDrive folder, but any subsequent saves after that produces this error msg:
“Unable to save ‘C:\Users\bowee\OneDrive - ClearTone Consulting, LLC\Clients\Prison Fellowship\Software Inventory\InTune Software Inventory.transform’. Can’t open file ‘C:\Users\bowee\OneDrive - ClearTone Consulting, LLC\Clients\Prison Fellowship\Software Inventory\InTune Software Inventory.transform’ to write.”
Any help will be appreciated as I save all my work in OneDrive.
It is truly odd and if no one else is experiencing it, then clearly it must be something with my Win 11 setup, but whatever that is is not clear at all. I routinely save to both OneDrive and Dropbox from all other applications without issue.
To answer your question, using MS Defender as AV.
I’ve also set the OneDrive sync options to be “always present on device” but to no avail.
In addition to not being able to save the current project, it also does not allow me to “Save As” to the OneDrive folders - only local C drive.
I greatly appreciate your responsiveness and dialog on the matter, but certainly understand if you can’t reproduce it, then you can’t address it. I’d say there is an issue that is a combination of EDT along with some configuration aspect of my OS in regard to these shared folders.
Hello. This inability to save to OneDrive or Dropbox has become a serious issue for me. I created a zoom video demonstrating the issue in case this could help identify the issue. you can find the video here.
So that is likely to explain why you can’t save it. Could the folders/file you are trying to output to be set to read-only as well? Might be worth checking the properties of the files and the folder they are in. Perhaps try creating a new file in Notepad and writing to the same folder.
Thanks for your reply. My understanding of that setting is that it’s controlled by OneDrive. That checkbox appears to be a 3-way state (blue checkbox, blue minus, clear). When I set them to clear, they all change back to blue minus, which is why I believe OneDrive controls it. Interestingly, all the files do not have Read Only checked…only the folders.
As a reminder, I can open, create, edit, save, etc any other type of file in these folders. I’ve also tried ensuring that “keep local” is checked on all files (that’s the green circle under Status) and that does not make a difference either.
If the folder containing a file is set to read-only, then presumably you shouldn’t be able to write to the file.
it is happening to both OneDrive and DropBox (2 separate systems)
we can’t reproduce it
there are no other reports of this, so far
Then it seems to be likely to be an issue with your computer setup. Sometimes weird things like this are due to anti-virus/security software. I tried Googling the issue, but didn’t come up anything new. Hopefully we will get to the bottom of it eventually, but I am at a loss what to suggest right now.