A client is evaluating the options for OneDrive. They are on SharePoint 2013 and not using the sync client. They also have no strategy yet about SharePoint migration.
One option for them is to start using the sync client (Groove.exe because the new OneDrive does not work with SP2013).
Their computers run Win10 so they already have OneDrive.exe but its usage/start is prevented by group policies.
My question is if they deploy Groove.exe is this going to work or mess things up by having also OneDrive.exe?
Maybe they can still use the GP to block OneDrive.exe but not Groove.exe?
I am assuming the below won't happen because OneDrive.exe does not work wit SP2013
Transition from the previous OneDrive for Business sync client | Microsoft Docs
If the new OneDrive sync client can take over syncing a library, the previous sync client stops syncing it and the new OneDrive sync client takes over syncing it without re-downloading the content. If the new OneDrive sync client can't sync the library, the previous sync client continues to sync it. If a library requires checkout or has required columns or metadata, it will be synced read-only.
The previous sync client stops running and removes itself from automatic startup, unless it's still syncing libraries that the new OneDrive sync client can't sync.