Sep 29 2016 10:17 AM - edited Sep 29 2016 10:17 AM
Sep 30 2016 11:06 AM
We didn't remote it at all - the next get sync client takes over syncing and the old one looks like it just goes dormant. The problem right now is that if you then go to a team site in sharepoint and click sync - then the old sync client spins up because the next get sync client doesn't do team site syncing so you will see 2 clouds. From what I learned at Ignite is that the updated sync client by end of year will have team site syncing and hopefully the new sync client will just 'take over' the team site sync locations as well to make it seamless. Until that new one is out I don't want to touch the old client as it may still be needed for a while.
Oct 01 2016 06:56 AM
If you have allowed Pro Plus to upgrade to 2016 then the new client is aready deployed, users just need to run OneDrive and login using their org Ids and it will replace the previous client in syncing their OneDrive.
The old client hangs around to sync shared content, the preview of the replacement was released last night and can be downloaded from https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Get-started-syncing-SharePoint-sites-with-the-new-OneDrive-...
Oct 05 2016 09:52 AM