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    Max Devices on OneDrive?

    I am setting up OneDrive for my logins, of which there are four on this PC. I want(ed) to use OneDrive to transfer and share files between logins. But I got/get an error that the max number of devices is exceeded, and I need to go to OneDrive.com remove one.

    I did, but I don't really see what I need to do or where.

    So

    What is the max number of devices -- which are actually logins -- that can be assigned to one account, and / or, how/what/where do I need to add whatever in order to leave all four as "members" to the group?

    Chuck Billow
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    See this Microsoft Community thread...

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/o...bfa5304?auth=1

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    So the answer is "use Google", it doesn't have that limit.

    cheers, Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwoods View Post
    See this Microsoft Community thread...

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/o...bfa5304?auth=1
    OK, I found some 40+ connections in OneDrive! I have it set to log in automatically...Am I supposed to log out every time I exit Windows and shut down the PC? I had thought that it just stayed logged in and didn't worry about it.

    I run, as I mentioned, multiple users that all share the same OneDrive. Do I have to log out of each one?!

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    Maybe that's right, Paul. I think I had / have tried to integrate OneDrive because of it's connections to MS Office.

    I'll have to check out Google and see what I would need to do to set it all up.

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