Azure File Sync issue...

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We've started testing the preview of Azure File Sync and have come across an issue...We have 2 test servers in the test lab, one is 2012R2 and the other is 2016. Both sync great, no problems there but when we try to delete a folder within Explorer on the 2016 box it says it can't, that the folder is in use and can't be deleted. And on the 2012R2 box, we can delete folders no problem. Has anyone else come across this?

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Seems to be something with the Recycle Bin, if I bypass using Shift-Delete the folder goes away, and if I set the policy on the properties of the Recycle Bin to bypass it I can delete the folder. Just thought I'd give an update...