First, let me say, that everything that is wrong with my situation was done solely by me. I don't think I could have screwed it up any worse.
A few years back, when I was using 2007 and XP Pro, I had everything set up correctly. I had three computers, all where OneNote had the same information and synced. I set up the first one, then exported via email, and they all clicked on the email and all was good.
Somehow, in 2010 OneNote in XP Pro I felt it was necessary to put all of the Notebooks and Backups and Quick Notes on the server. Somehow, I got it to work.
Now I am using OneNote 2013 on Win 7 Pro with SBS 2008. I have tried to start fresh, but even though I have deleted the OneNote folder from the server, it still shows paths there in the Save and Backup in Options.
Backup Folder: C:\Ussers\badams\AppData\L
te (while actually there is a folder called "15") and then many folders in the OneNote folder.
Quick Notes Section: https://d.docs.live.net/...afbrt34b418d.....Documents/My
Notebook/Quick Notes.one (likely coming from the Sky Drive attempt, which I really don't want to use)
Default Notebook Location: \\server\bert\OneNote Notebooks (from the old days when it worked)
There is also the message: This notebook may not sync correctly because Windows Offline Files is enabled on this folder. Click here to share this notebook to a new location or turn off Windows Offline Files on this notebook and restart OneNote.
This wouldn't seem as daunting if everything were set up correctly, and it wasn't syncing properly, and this was the only reason why.
So, now you know why I am embarrassed, and everything seems like such a mess. It would seem like I need to somehow find a way to get everything back to normal.